After almost 4 years of preload I am officially off the boxline. I've been through being a floater, to 3 car, a 4 car and to even covering 2 separate lighter pulls. I went from asking nice, complaining about shoulder problems, to absolutely not giving a about how fast I go. When you motivate your employees with fear, it only works until stop caring about whether or not they lose their jobs. I have other opportunities I could take for more money and similiar insurance. The only reason I do not is because I would lose my seniority, pension, and guaranteed raises over the years. After a week and half of letting my pull go to absolutely dog I am finally by myself loading a single bulk truck that gets about 800 pieces including 2 post office stops. I showed up everyday on time and followed all rules and methods. Made some enemies both supervisors and coworkers alike, filed a harassment grievance. And all of the sudden a few weeks later.... ... I actually like my job. I go in everyday and don't stress, listen to my podcasts and books while I work. Life is good. Now, since I know this site so well you are all thinking oh God what a snowflake, cool story bro why the do we care blah blah blah etc etc etc but honestly I just posted this to say thanks to you clowns because I learned so much on here on how to play their game and now I can play it to my advantage.