I got an offer for a preloader job today, and just had a few questions about it. The guy that called told me that usual hours were from 4-9/9:30AM, but have lately been starting nat 6AM, but will start closer to 4 once November/December rolls around. Does it always fluctuate like that? Since I'm getting hired during a non-peak time, does that mean I'll be a regular employee, and not seasonal? He asked me what my minimum commitment was, in order to see about full-time benefits. I told him 2-2.5 years (that's when I graduate college), and he said as long as it was over 1 year, it'd be fine. Is that when I'm eligible for benefits? I saw on other threads that preload and preloader meant two different things. One was in reference to the preload shift, and the other was the actual job, which involved sorting, compiling, and loading, vs just loading. I'm guessing the job is a preloader job, during the preload shift?