Discussion in 'Lighten UPS' started by cheryl, Sep 7, 2009.
HAHAHAH. I want to preload in that center. They are not in a hurry at all and have no volume.
Attention UPS MGMT, I had nothing to do with these video's.
That being said, Cheryl, would you believe that I was looking at these same sort of video's on youtube today? In that first video the belt was moving at a crawl. Those people could probably load 10 cars at that rate of advancement.
Why, when I was on the preload we didn't have any music and our preload supe would have that belt cranked so fast that you could use it as a treadmill. I don't even think we were allowed to make eye contact with the other preloader's.
too much stacking
We also had music once or twice While i worked the unload shift
I didnt think anyone would be allowed to bring a video camera in.
There are cell phones that take video.
Cellphones are not allowed also
I wonder how many of the preloaders in my center would quit if they banned cellphones on the belt. Heck, the preload sup spends more time texting that sup(ing).
There are also "video" camera's that shoot video. I can't wait till my digital camera starts ringing.
Looks like there are different rules in all HUBS
STUG compared UPS hubs/centers to franchises as the rules do indeed vary from center to center.
Interesting videos. Maybe IE could find a correlation between
- cost of load
- cost of misload
- dispatch adjustments
- load quality
- over 9.5
- cost effectiveness of the entire operation compared to other centers
- retention of personnel.
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