Hi there, I am new hire to the CACH UPS facility in Hodgkins, IL and have been working for two weeks as a day sort unloader. The job seems pretty straightforward and doable, if not physically exhausting. Anyway I had a couple of questions I was hoping I could get some answers for going into my third week on Monday. 1. Apart from over-70s and posters/rolls of carpet, what kind of items exactly constitute bulk? I have seen some long rectangular packages go on the belt and some that go in the bulk pile; is there an easy way to tell so I can stop asking every five seconds? 2. During my first two weeks, the job duties/ tasks for the day were pretty much spoofed to me seeing as I had a trainer by me during the whole shift, but on an average day for someone who has been unloading for awhile how do you know exactly how you start when you arrive for your shift? Do you always ask a supervisor for your duties that day, or is there some sort of list with the trailers you are assigned to unload, or do you just kind of hunt around for work that needs doing? Any other general tips are always appreciated. Thanks.