As more and more employees have figured-out what Fred is trying to do to them with the RLA, they are starting to "fight-back". Given the current environment, that's tough to do openly, but there are subtle types of resistance gaining strength. At my station, we aren't watching company videos or completing corporate on-line training until the very last day. At workgroup meetings, nobody is actively participating. We also aren't writing-up vehicle issues unless it's a major safety issue. On-road breakdowns are on the uptick as a result. When freight is late, we take our breaks, regardless of the impact on operations. Over and over, we're told we must take a break, so we are just "complying" with the rules, which have always been thrown out the window when it suits FedEx needs. If more stations would just do everything exactly by the book, a tremendous message would be sent to upper management that we're tired of the two-faced games they play. "Drive safe", but don't have any lates, "take your breaks", but don't have any Code 01's and on and on. If you want to be an idiot and drive 60 mph in a residential zone just so you can "do it all", that's up to you. But as more of us see the incredible effort and hypocrisy of Fred and the actions of his upper management zombies, there are going to be a lot fewer takers who will continue to play along.