Recently I've been hired by UPS. After completing my medical, road test and required 40 hours of computer training 4 other guys and I were send to meet a supervisor who would show us our routes. Well, the day I went out for route training was 105*F. Dressed in supplied shirt and long pants I was sweating out of my mind, trying to intake as much DIAD info as I could. After delivering over 50 packages into boiling hot mostly walk up buildings (5th 4th floors) I asked the supervisor for a break. I literary felt like I was going to pass out. He said no problem and did some of the deliveries on his own. Next day when I went for training I was said that a guy that was on vacation came back and took the route and there was no training routes available and I should call him next week to see if any routes have opened up. Did I make a mistake asking for a break? I thought that UPS employees were entitled to at least lunch break. Was training a new guy in 105*F a good idea? I feel like I was punished. What does it all mean? Do I have a job or not, after all I was hired. Please share your thoughts.