7 months in, and I think I've had my fill and intend on finding a full time job elsewhere (Possibly Zappos). I've been through everything you possibly could imagine as a loader. Our old crew leaving, new hires who have both stayed and left with just a few employees left who were here when I started. Countless part time supervisors out of which 1 or 2 was a valuable asset to the belt while the rest either don't know how to run the belt, or they know how to run it into the ground. Going from a decent, steady flow night to the mess of packages that we have to swim through to break the jams or go into another truck that looks like the same mess, all night, until our now "standard" of 10 o clock down times if we are lucky. I'm not giving up, but more of just letting go I guess? I've accepted the monster I've experienced this company become, but knowing that I could get a full time job that will pay the bills with several lunch breaks and a 3 day weekend, and being home at night with my family, for some reason just seems like something that can finally put this stressful job to rest. Now will Zappos have some of the same issues? Possibly, sure. But will it be a step in the right direction while I go and finish school? I would like to think so.