Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by stopsperhour, Dec 23, 2015.
This guy was probably the best the contractor could get for the kind of money he can afford to pay somebody given the downward pressure X puts on settlements and rates. There is a whole lot more of these types of incidents coming X's way so they had better get their spin machine running at peak performance.
"safety is our first priority" - oh man, that one just never gets old!!!
Ha, ha! More yule tide unwanted publicity. 'Ya get what you pay for huh Fred?!
We had a local guy fail a drug test, leave and get hired at Express 3 months later.
Why do you defend the scam every time? Just curious. Honest answer please. Take the blinders off!! It's ok to think for yourself.
How do you read that as defense of anything? Just an anecdote about the quality of drivers at both opcos not being very different.
As a matter of fact, he's a great driver. I'd say it's 50/50 a 22 year old is going to be clean on a random.
The two of you are a cute couple.
Considering my drug using past, I agree. I probably could teach him a lot.
I knew your brain was fried!
19 years hangin' with Bill W.
That's right, this results in everyone reaching their destination safely. This guy got there safe, cause he was in the back of a squad car headed to jail. Wonder how many misdeliveries he made before he got to the point he couldn't even drive ? Or how many big pieces of vomit left on someone's package
Well it could happen to anyone in any profession, but did you catch the fact that this was obviously a Ground driver but the entire time the anchor was talking it was a FedEx Express logo next to him. Other then Tennessee everyone else on the planet sees Ground as it truly is...FedEx Inc.
Ergo I now refer to that opco as Fedex Dirt.
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