Hello all, I have enjoyed reading over many of the posts the past few days and found a lot of answers to some questions I've had. I just started working as PT Loader last week and surprisingly enjoy it thus far, and was hoping someone could just clarify a few things I've been wondering and can't quite find a clear answer to. First off, I am definitely interested in becoming a part time sup(mainly for the tuition reimbursement) and have a few questions about that. I understand that you must write a letter of intent and nag the full-time sup, along with taking the MAPP(and passing). and being a competent employee. So say I finally do become a part-time supervisor, for some reason I was under the impression that the pay is just like $1 more an hour($9.50), but I'm hoping that isn't true. Do you become a salaried part time employee and again I know it can vary greatly but what at least would be a range of pay? I am still learning all the lingo(eg. feeder, sorter, pickoff, loader, unloader)and was curious if anyone ever made a little cheat sheet? I just know it would be a lot easier learning everything if when being trained, they would take into consideration that you are in fact new to the company and haven't been there the past few years. One final thing as far as benefits go, more specifically the prescription drug plan. They gave a little info on it but I was just wondering if anyone out there who actually uses it how "good" it is? I spend about $500 a month on 3 prescrips and job would be worth it if the prescrip plan would eliminate that expense. Thanks in advance and look forward to posting in the future.