Several weeks ago, I was removed from smalls to outbound. Today, I show up only to be told that I now work in PD7 . In my hub, PD7 is loading ground packages. This really reminds me the importance of not having all my eggs in one basket. There are several mistakes that 22.3 workers made that I learned from: Do not donate body parts to UPS. With the way I get treated, any chance of getting a cut of meat off of me is basically shot to hell. Several 22.3 workers told me stories about injuries they got prior to going full time. Don't quit your day job. Seriously man! The situation for me is I have an out. My optimism for UPS is rapidly fading. There is still hope though. But, if I need to, I can quit and obtain my benefits through main employer. The way the combo workers is being treated is apalling at best. I've both seen and heard the tricks that are being pulled on this people. I DO NOT LIKE WHAT I AM SEEING! This makes me really think twice about going full time.