Our numbers are small, but growing, and FedEx doesn't like that, meaning that they will probably increase monitoring of this site and possibly try to identify and pressure some of you into not participating in the discussion(s). FedEx is all about controlling you as an employee, both on and off the job. The more they can intimidate you and the less you know, the better it is for them. Information is their enemy, and well-informed employees are "dangerous" because they might actually have an opinion that differs from the corporate mantra. They hate that. Be smart. Don't identify yourself or your specific location. One of the best aspects of social media is that you are anonymous, unless you choose to not be. I would highly recommend that you remain anonymous and give them nothing to go on. Station-specific information, exact years of service, specific incidents and accidents, and personal references that are narrow and easily traced are probably a bad idea. I post from a smartphone during the week with the BrownCafe Mobile app, and I do it during breaks or when I'm waiting on a customer or for a late CTV. I never talk about what I'm posting nor do I identify myself as a BC poster. I promote the site by mentioning it to fellow employees in the abstract, as in "I've heard of this site where FedEx employees can learn about some of our issues". Nothing wrong with that. FedEx doesn't want their dirty laundry aired. From the beginning, they have taken great pains to carefully craft a public image of a responsible, concerned company that values it's employees and has a moral responsibility to serve the community through charity, transporting pandas etc. Of course, we all know it's a big lie, but John and Jane Q. Public do not. They think FedEx is a great place to work and that "FedEx Cares". When a MD10 catches on-fire, they don't want you talking about it. When someone sues and gets a big payout for being discriminated against or targeted for elimination, they want that kept quiet too. Thefts, unsafe working conditions, working for free, and being pressured to drive like a maniac aren't part of the image they want to convey. This needs to be exposed, because FedEx is one of the worst companies out there when it comes to abusing and intimidating employees. I think that a lot of valuable information gets dispensed on this site that is awakening FedEx employees about just how "good" Fred Smith has been to them. The current reorganization effort has accelerated both employee angst and anger. I hope a lot of you lurkers and cruisers out there decide to begin participating by posting. But be smart about it, and realize there is nothing they can do to stop you from expressing your opinion or stating a truth previously hidden from most of us. Help get the word out on what's really going on at FedEx.