Can inside UPS workers be forced, against their will, to listen to the radio while working? I have enough to think about without being bombarded with loud radio talk and hip-hop music when I'm trying to concentrate on my work duties. If I turn the radio down, someone else will turn it back up louder than before. Our building vibrates like a teenager's car stereo boom box. The other day I turned down the radio and our center manager not only turned it back up full blast, but repositioned the speakers towards me. Shouldn't the radio be classified as electronic solicitation (which is supposedly prohibited on UPS property). Drivers aren't forced to listen to the radio, why should insiders? How is it in your center? Thanks for your comments.