Well...today at the mall Im assigned to, the wonderfull Disney store had 278 packages. The service corridor that leads to their back door is small, and the back room they have is about the half the length of a standard package car. Well since the other helper I work with decided to take all the shoe stores, I started on Disney alone. When I arrived to the back door, the manager lady opened the door, and low and behold...they didnt move anything from the previous days shipment. My face was like . I had allready scanned the boxes at the dock, so they could scan them and I could just stack them and get out a little faster. As I was stacking them, the lady starts rushing me, saying she only has one person in the front, who cant be up there by herself for long. I told her I will do my best, and she kept rushing me. By the time i made my 3rd trip I was nearly done, and their back room looked like Tetris Gone Beserk. I stacked as best as I could have, since she kept rushing me. When I started my return trip to pick up the remaining 20 or so packages, the other helper was bringing them up, and I asked him to finish it, since I didnt want to deal with that lady anymore, and he agreed. Later while doing pick ups, I passed by Disney to see if they had stuff going out, and the manager just starts to chew me out infront of all these customers in her store. She was saying, "You did a horrible job back there, you need to be more organized and faster. Your stacking was so bad that you upset your partner and yadayadayada. You need to learn how to do your job. I dont think they should keep you if you choose to remain the slob you are at stacking boxes". There and then I wanted blood. But I simply said "Well you have a nice day maam" and walked away. Now at 90% of the stores i visit, they just tell me drop them off outside or whatever. The rest, ask us to stack them. And since the Disney store has only women ususally working their, we usually do it. But, IS IT part of the job? Do we HAVE to?