Any word on the I.S. restructuring and adjustments to compensation this spring? Heard it will be based upon the assigned projects, rather than job classification or actual work effort. Hope the intent is to balance the scales, but it could backfire leaving those with political connections and years of service doing less further ahead with the real workers out the door seeking greener pasture. Most of management doesn't realize how the antiquated tools and limited time force us to work around the clock (while not charging it or the project will be overbudget). Good people are needed, but how much can they be expected to put up with before they are burned out and move to greener pastures? The lack of appreciation for all the extra effort is taking it's toll. Rather than continually taking advantage (sure there are a few that act like they care, but most...), it needs to be realized that loyalty is a two way street. I've never seen so many bad-mouthing others at the hope to save their own necks when it's the ones that are making the major contributions that will be paying the price because of the manipulators political connections. Never thought I would see UPS come to this stage. Looks like I.S. is about to lose those that contribute the most; it's the wrong way to go.