Hey guys I have a question for those of you who have a life outside of UPS No offense to those that don't. As a single father, I have commitments to my child & as of the start of peak season my start and stop times have became an issue I didn't think I would have when I started. First off, regarding start times. We start at 10:00 am. But about 2 days a week they have us come in at 9 am. This poses a problem between my daughters mothers schedule and mine, and as well with our daughters childcare. Secondly, regarding our end times. Its totally unpredictable, which is okay as long as within reason. But today we come into work and we have 122 loads! The most I've done in my 2 months is 85. So everyone is talking about how we're going to be working till like 9pm. Im like okay...well we'll see what happens. So 4:30 comes around and I ask my sup what time she thinks we'll be leaving and she tells me probably 8. Im like okay.... I have to leave at 6:30 because my daughters daycare closes at 7pm, and rates for after hour care are $$$. I left at 6:30, which was 8.5 hours into my day. Needless to say, I understand the job I signed up for. I just need some suggestions on how to handle these issue's from someone who had experienced them. Whats UPS policy on mandatory OT? Working after 8.5 hours for PT package handlers. I hate to leave before the front end is even done, and I ALWAYS am one to jump out of the trailer and help out on the floor, so im irritated with myself that I have to leave early. Hopefully you all have some much needed advice for me.