If this is in the wrong area, I apologize. Hopefully a moderator can move it to the correct area. I just got hired on as a loader. Spent half of the shift in a classroom. As our trainer is guiding us to the work floor, guys are yelling "fresh meat on the line" and some guy shoulder checked me. Felt like I just came to a new prison. So I get introduced to a sup, he tells me to pack this cart and bring it to the p42 belt on the other side of the warehouse. He didn't even show me where it is. So I start to push the cart, (while looking for this p42 belt) and the people driving those little cars were basically cutting me off. I had to stand there and wait while they did there thing so I could get by. After that, I was instructed to stand there in front of the belt and make sure the boxes don't get stuck. There were no boxes getting stuck. A worker told me "we don't need someone clearing the belt, do some work". I'm just doing what the supervisor told me...Then a different loader scowled at me and said something. So I stood there doing a job that didn't need to be done for the rest of the shift . I worked 6 hours so I'm pretty sure that's overtime for a part time worker , at least there's that. I don't think I'm going to stay , anyone have any advice ?