Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by MarvelousMunata, Apr 13, 2019.
Just dump em in the cabin.
I take about 40 minutes every day to sort my truck, usually 15 after airs/blucks then another 25 before lunch to call the missloads.
Lol my drivers are like this too. I actually hate when they compliment load quality because the next day they’ll come in and tell you how horrible it was so it’s just an up and down roller coaster of criticism. I load the trucks the same everyday. Don’t take your problems out on me.
A lot of us were preloaders before becoming drivers so I know it's not an easy job. Just load the packages onto the right shelves. Don't care if a 4021 sits closer to 4999. Put the NDA in the cabin and your task is done. I'll do everything else.
My poor guy does 3 ....heavy piece count on all of them .... does a good job everyday ...very grateful having him
There's no such thing as an easy pull anymore. Just a shame that some drivers don't realize what preload goes thru on a daily basis.
He has the largest piece count on the belt ...I cringe when he takes a day off
Bunch of ass jockeys running show
I use to load 6 trucks and they were all the heaviest sets in the building . I had 2 misloads in my career and they were out of syncs . Easy .
You wear those hot pants to do it?
The pulls have gotten easier in my building. When I was loading, there were several that had four trucks, and my pull was five. The building has since been expanded. No one has more than three now. The only thing that makes it remotely harder now is the stupid scanners.
Almost all the scanners on our boxline suck. And they just dont do scan fadt enough or scan at all. Some of the buttons dont even work. And i swear to god if they bring me one more pph paper...
Laugh at their numbers, and go back to doing your job safely.
How else am I going to show off the goods ?
They tried suspenders, but found belts work much better!
Didn't have to work with the scanners too long before I went driving for good, thank God. They sucked when I did have to use them, and the loaders I still talk to say they never work the whole shift if at all.
You work twice a week.
How do you know what he does everyday?
I once had a guy that essentially learned the way I run my route, loaded it that way, and had common sense. I split all my tip money with him year round. Then management moved him off my truck because of the "no custom loads" initiative. He quit shortly after that.
Moral of the story. Ups is retarded
Wooooooooooooow did they really? What n jerks! How you gonna mess up a good worker like that
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