Take a look here at this link. It seems that FedEx opposes this new whistleblower program. "They argued that whistleblowers should first have to tell their companies of misconduct and give them a chance to correct problems before informing the SEC. Otherwise, the corporations contend, it will take longer to address wrongdoing" Funny how when you do take a stand on safety and falsification and honesty the company will create incidents that make your termination appear justifiable and sweep you under the rug. FedEx knows everyday that people are cutting corners on safety and working through unpaid breaks just to keep up with unreasonable productivity goals. Management could (but does not) run a report everyday to see who is manually entering airbill numbers instead of scanning them. This pattern suggests if not confirms rampant falsification. FedEx by ignoring the fact that this is happening is condoning and encouraging the behavior. Why not? They are getting free labor and increased productivity.