My first week as a preloader was brutal on my back and sleep schedule, but the worse part was hearing one thing and then another from veterans and newbies. First off. Should preloaders rip the stickers off of those felt bags filled with small packages? One guy said yes, some no, another said he didn't care about it, "just throw them on" Secondly. Is it acceptable to toss the felt bags aside to focus on the boxes then load them on the belt later? (most said yes but others said no) Thirdly. Is is fine to toss boxes with the label facing any which direction? one guy told me to just toss them on the rollers and let the scanner do the work, saying "he just stands there, lets make it hard for him to catch up" others told me to always make sure that labels are at least facing the scanner's position, face up, or facing the back of the package. I'm aiming to learn the ropes with more precision, accuracy, endurance and strength. Though the work is leaving me exhausted most days. hahaha what a job I found, eh?