I work in small sort, and have since October. I am currently working the primary, on the brown. I haven't done any other position so far, except pre-load slide for one day. The trainer spent all of 3 minutes with me so that just didn't work out. Basically I'm just looking for a vast range of tips on how to preform my job better. Speed, accuracy, how to handle the sups and managers appropriately. Obviously most of it is common sense, so please don't remind of me of this fact. I basically want to do my job to the best of my abilities. I'm just looking for the little tips and tricks people come to learn with time and experience. The things your trainers and sups don't seem to tell you about, like clipping the scanners so they don't spin, using the URC codes on certain rows, bagging 8 packages at a time when there's heavy flow instead of clearing out a bin, etc. I'm sure it's not like this at every location of every hub, but my sups pretty much just left me with the basics and I picked up on things or was told things from other workers. Speed is a big one for me, I work hard all throughout my shift but I'm just not as quick as other people. Eventually I would like to sort, but surely I need to get my speed up first.