I just completed the classroom part of training and everything went well. Tomorrow is the first day where I actually have to start loading. A couple of questions... I understand the physical demands of the jobs (I was a jumper a few years ago), mainly I want to know what my odds are of surviving the post peak season cuts. I already plan to try the obvious, such as getting there early, volunteering for extra shifts, and other things that might set you out when they are deciding who to cut come January, but considering how..... corporate everyone at the facility has been is there anything I should know that will help me stand out? Also other general tips would be appreciated as well because I think the corporate filter that the trainers, interviewers, etc use misses a lot of things.