So I'm cool with my drivers and try to do my best for their loads and they cover the occasional misload. It really paid off recently though. One of the guys on our belt started driving so they hired a new guy. Since I was lowest seniority, I got pushed to his old pull which was the hellish one up near the split. You know the one where the splitter calls out your packages as they come down the chute; and 2 of the 3 packages cars are brickloaded. Anyway, they gave my old pull to the new hire so he can train on it. After a week, I stop by my old pull to talk to the driver and see how the new hire was loading. Driver was since the new hire was consistently getting 5-6 misloads a day and an overall poor load quality; not to mention it screwed 2 of his 8 hour days he put in for. Bare in mind, this driver has been around for like 30 years and was the squeaky wheel. Another week of this and my belt sup tells me I'm going back to my old pull and the new hire was going to another belt to train. Turns out my driver complained so much about it, they put me back on my pull to shut him up. I thanked him for getting me out of that hell at the top of the belt.