last week they went around asking those that have other jobs (most of us do, even those in college) if they used UPS, and if they didn't to ask them if they'd mind if a UPS rep came to pitch our "service". I told them the other place I work at uses FedEx (which they do) and they have no intentions of switching as they used UPS before. They were pretty adamant about trying to convince them. We were offered 500-1000 dollars for doing so (I forget how the scale goes) if the company we recommended committed to service. My question is have any other part-timers had this pitched to them? I didn't say this to them but we can't really handle the volume we have now (correctly) and we (preloaders) realize this. Most were even more reluctant because while our hours are slowly returning (they were cut drastically), they're still rushing us off the clock and whining about misloads and production. This would only exacerbate things. Our drivers pull sales leads (we see the boards with the magnets on them), isn't that enough? I guess most of us are skeptical because 1. we don't think we'd ever see that money and 2. we think the drivers would hate us for it lol.