way overworked as a preloader

Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by flipstyle9, Aug 29, 2012.

  1. flipstyle9

    flipstyle9 New Member

    I just started working as a preloader and the pay really does suck, if we get only $9.50 an hour I actually think we should just be able to load just one truck. is there anyway you can send or Menlo Park, ca. I will bring that up to teamster. the money you make can't even buy gas
  2. brownmonster

    brownmonster Man of Great Wisdom

    Same complaint since 1982. Good luck.
  3. Anonymous 10

    Anonymous 10 Guest

    Pm me your address I'll sent you five bucks.
  4. Buck Fifty

    Buck Fifty New Member

    I'm confused , did you come to them for a job or did they ask you ?
  5. CAFAL

    CAFAL New Member

    You could work at mcdonalds for less,but you'll probably have to cross the bridge. What you gonna do?
  6. Jackburton

    Jackburton Gone Fish'n

    Don't you have the local number for him to call down to the hall?
  7. flipstyle9

    flipstyle9 New Member

    One truck

    We should just load one truck for our pay. You jackasses just sound like brown nosers atleast i can stand up for our rights
  8. Jackburton

    Jackburton Gone Fish'n

    Re: One truck

    You should load my truck with a quarter pounder and large fries, don't forget my apple pie either.
  9. Brownslave688

    Brownslave688 You want a toe? I can get you a toe.

    Lol yeah one truck add in benefits and as far as ups is concerned you make somewhere around $25 an hour.
  10. Buck Fifty

    Buck Fifty New Member

    Gives a new meaning to Help a Brother Out !!!
  11. Richard Harrow

    Richard Harrow Deplorable.

    Preloader is an important job at UPS, it almost acts as a "career barometer" for the company. Those that come in everyday, do this crap job, and do it well are often the best candidates to become drivers. Those who whine about it usually don't last but 6 months. Those who give it the old college try, can't hack it, but stick around anyway are often the best candidates for management.
  12. cosmo1

    cosmo1 Now, a low life jack wagon, and still loving it.

    Don't let the door hit you........
  13. Dracula

    Dracula Package Car is cake compared to this...

    The preload is UPS's red-headed step child. It's probably been 15 years since they actually tried to improve it. It was just easier for management to transfer the preload's problems onto the backs of drivers. The phrase, "blood from a turnip" should be on those safety banners they love so much.
  14. scbbbc

    scbbbc New Member

    So being in local sort is not a "career barometer" from what you saying ?
  15. UnsurePost

    UnsurePost making the unreadable unreadabler

    Not like the preload. Not even close, really.
  16. brown_trousers

    brown_trousers Active Member

    Actually McDonalds pays more
  17. Coldworld

    Coldworld Taking it all back.....

    For less....Hell mickey d's probably pays more that ups...lol
  18. Integrity

    Integrity Binge Poster


    I agree.

    It is very suspicious that the starting pay for the most part hasn't significantly changed in many, many years.

    I appreciate your desire to speak out about what you believe even in the face of criticism.

  19. Indecisi0n

    Indecisi0n Well-Known Member

    For the money I think preload could at least load 5 trucks instead of 4.
  20. UPSGUY72

    UPSGUY72 Well-Known Member

    You must be lazy. Nothing in life is easy if you want something you work for it. There are a lot of other jobs out there that are worse than loading 3 or 4 trucks and pay less than $9.50 HR and don't give you benefits ever.

    You go find a other company where you don't need a degree to get a job that gives there pt the exact same benefits they give there ftimers (pension, health insurance, days off, raises, etc ).

    A pt job isn't designed for people to live off no matter where you work.

    Anyways you wanted to work at UPS they didn't Ho looking for you and force you to work for them. If you feel your over worked you can always quit.