Hey guys, multiple time driver helper here who finally decided to try out working in a hub. Last Monday-Friday was my first official week at the UPS hub here in Lawnside, South Jersey. Every night that I loaded, I had a sup watching/helping me and showing me the ropes. The first two days went well as my sup and I got along great, we loaded together and at the end of the shift(they kept me all night my first two nights), he told me how good he thought I was. However, on Friday, that sup had to fill in on another PD and I was given a new sup, which had to be the longest 4 hours of my life. It's not that the work was too hard(as I enjoy physical work and was keeping up with the packages on the shute and constantly breaking my jams), but the tough part was the sup. For the whole shift I had to listen to nothing but orders such as "get this off the truck," "give me the load stand," "what was the point of putting that package there," "your wall is terrible," "why aren't you finishing building your shelves?" Haha, I could go on and on. I just couldn't help but laugh at the fact that she was downplaying my loading when I had ONLY been loading for 2 days before that(the other 2 days were spent in the training classroom). So to make a long story short, when can I expect to be allowed to load myself and not have to have a sup in my truck the entire shift breathing down my neck?