Given recent actions by top management, I'm once again advocating for employees to fight back anyway they can. I fully realize that this must be done under the radar, but there are a lot of things you can do that cost the company money. It really has gotten to the point where they feel they can do anything to us without fear of retaliation, and that needs to stop. The biggest thing you can do is to just slow down and do everything exactly by the book. Fight them with their own stupid policies and procedures. Question everything you can, and do your best to overload the system. Encourage your fellow employees to do the same, which probably won't be that hard now that the Kool-Aid isn't working any more. Just be smart about it, and undermine their efforts to screw you over. I've been over ways to do it many times before, so I'm not going to bore you with the details, but most of you know exactly what you need to do. Get one thing straight. FedEx is NOT your friend. You mean nothing, and if what has been happening lately hasn't convinced you, then you're probably hopeless anyway. Given the fact that we're not going to get a union, your only choices are really to put up with it or fight back and try to get some level of respect from Memphis. Right now, we have none. ZERO. Being passive hasn't worked out too well, has it? The "bully" needs to find out that we do have the ability to fight back, and the way to do it is screw them over at every opportunity, even if it's as small as fueling at the gas station that charges 10 cents more per gallon. Nickel and dime them, the way they do us.