Before I begin I just want to say that I didn't think I'd make it this long. When I first got there I wanted to quit everyday for the 1st month. My body got adjusted to the work load and the work didnt become easier I just got used to how hard it was. Now I just want to quit maybe 3 days out of the week. In like my 3rd week I had a groin pull at work and after the hospital visit and the interrogation the safety people put me through the sup told me if I need help lifting bulk to ask for help because "we will F'in help you". Like a month ago I asked for help lifting bulk and no one would help me and when I tried to use the forklift the sup told me "you don't need that" so I walked over to the desk and clocked out the sup told me I just couldn't leave and then I just left and after that I've had help lifting up every piece of bulk that comes to me or either he just lifts it himself. Maybe 2 months ago I witnessed one of my co-workers who was in the truck with me steal and I had a debate with myself whether or not to tell the sups what he did and I decided not to say anything and just let it play out and it was a very smart idea because since then I have found out that half of my dock steals and I have witnessed the p/t supervisor see them stealing twice and actually joked about it with one of the other workers. When you don't get misloads but your not moving that fast they'll tell you to speed up. When you do speed up but get misloads they'll tell you to watch the misloads. If they see a jam in your truck and your backed up working as hard as you can they'll scream at you to break the jam. If you show them you are a reliable person they will give you more repsonsibility as time goes on and this means more hours which isn't that bad if you have no other source of income. To end I have to say that UPS is bad but at least you'll have a job, but with all of the thievery(A guy that has been working there for 10 years just got fired last week for stealing Wii games. Freakin Wii games) and hard work that goes on at UPS for so little pay if you can find another job take it. Only come to UPS if they are the only company to call you back, but while there always fill out other applications. Edit: I forgot to mention what happens if people don't show up for work. We have 9 workers on out dock and we have a hard time getting 5 people to show up everyday and if people don't show up that means your job is going to be a lot harder, but you'll get more hours so I don't know if thats good or bad.