Only been doing it for a week and I'm already getting told: The load has to be in exact order, mis-loading is absolutely not allowed, label needs to face the proper way and you're too slow. By the way, we're short staffed and we don't want to give you the entire sunrise shift. You've 3 hours and you're way too slow. You don't get things done standing around. We expect new hires to produce not less than 175 pph and ramp up to 200+ pph in a short order. looking around, all other preloaders have HUGE stacks of items. The PT supe and I are basically splitting the work.. and even though we have almost no piles, he's crying we're critically behind. This is gonna be great work out. Neat, no misload and fast. Ain't satisfactory unless all three met. It looks to me I will never be fast enough no matter what I do Even if I'm as fast as the guys that's been there for 3 years on day one, it seems that I'll never be fast enough. While I understand sitting around and texting, chatting and doin' nothin are unacceptable. I suppose they'll just keep telling me how I'm not making enough production going forward :\ I also got sent around all over the place to "help out" and I got chewed out by the driver for someone else's messy load. He was literally like "y 'da phkk is 5000 HIN in 8000, blah blah blah blah blah blah"