I use those exact ones I go through a pair every weekMoc-Toe Work Boot - This 6" soft toe work boot is breathable and comfortable for all-day wear from work site to office.www.wolverine.com
I-90 DuraShocks Work Boot - This 6" composite toe work boot absorbs shock and returns energy for all-day comfort.www.wolverine.com
Hellcat UltraSpring Outdoor Wedge Boot - This rugged outdoor boot has premium performance and classic style.www.wolverine.com
Are all of these or any of them good? I haven't received a call from HR yet telling me what I'll need so I don't know what the requirements of my hub are. Opting for #1 tho if these would work
What about these gloves?
Go to Walmart and get a decent sized cooler…..And put some food in there too…..I normally do beef sticks or the large pringles cansCalifornia
Where do you keep all your stuff? If I were to bring a large water bottle, do I just carry it around with me or do you get assigned a temp locker for the day or something?
Winter I would take advantage of the early sunset to split your sleep from 5pm to 8:30pm or so and then another from 5am to 10am.
I sleep a couple hours after UPS and a few hours after my other job. When you first start they're probably not gonna have you stay very late. Just remember that when a supervisor says something like "do you wanna go home?" or "you can clock out" you can always say "I'd like to stay if that's possible" and get more hours. You get paid 1.5x your hourly rate after 5 hours too. Work as long as you can don't let supervisors send us all home and then do our jobs. If you do see a supervisor doing our work you can ask them to stop. If they keep doing union work, keep track of the time and file a grievance and you'll get paid double for the amount of time that supervisor did union work.
I don't know how yours is, but at my center which is in the "hood",They allow backpacks some people wear their backpacks everywhere even to the bathroom I am pretty sure my center gets ripped off.I just bring a collapsible cooler with my water and take advantage of the ice machine.HR told me we got temp lockers, just gotta bring my own lock. Are we allowed to come in with a backpack?
4 days of classroom training and signing paperworks, get assigned to unload, finally hit the floor, work for maybe an hour and unload a whole trailer and then get sent home because there is no one to train me Goin good so far!
Don't feel like quitting yet, unload is pretty easy. Just gotta embrace the suck and the aching you'll have after the shift since your body isn't use to it yet