Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Arch, Feb 22, 2019.
Is this about how my preloader ruin my day?
If I hit "No" what happens?
You get asked like 4 questions specifically about it.
If I choose yes, will I get fired for dishonesty?
If you say yes, and they complain about your time, it’s on you. Most drivers always say they had a bad load quality so they don’t get yelled at by supes
This is one technique that UPS uses to divide and conquer. Instead of talking to your preloader directly they want you to make an electronic record to use against him/her. No matter how bad my load is, I always put down that it was OK. The next day I'll talk to him.
It immediately sends an email to David Abney, and he'll handle it personally.
Just hit no and keep pressing no. Then in additional comments put something mean, like everyday it gets worse, Hellen Keller could do better, etc...
Then realize no one cares when nothing is ever done or said about it, go back to hitting yes just to save time.
Absolutely nothing. They don't even look at that. I have been told that by multiple soups
I put unacceptable, no in every category, everyday
Nothing EVER is mentioned. Nothing changes.
He gets a trip to the gulag
You got the best load $10/hr buys.
It’s almost like he tries to make it terrible on purpose. Seriously, don’t know how it’s possible , utter disaster everyday
According to BUG, nothing will happen because not enough drivers hit no!
Just be mindful that if you piss your loader off too much and they're old school he/she may "accidentally" spill their cup of water on your seat making for a very uncomfortable morning delivery run!
Water the first time. I would start throwing those pee bottles away before preload.
I actually said once in the comment section
"I'll pay you $100 if you tell me you read this"
Nothing the next day.
It's absolutely pointless.
Judging from most comments here in BC, I feel strong saying "absolutely nothing".
That’s when the flogging begins.
I just use this to cover my butt when I know I’ll run over a good bit...so when the supervisors ask you about your over allowed just respond, “ I told you my load quality wasn’t good”...
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