Hello, I apologize if this isn't the proper place to post this type of question. I do not work for Fedex Express but my mother does, and I am hoping to get some feedback from other employees. My mother has been a package handler for over 7 years now and one of the perks she told me about was as long as she was never late, her paycheck would always be the same amount (17.5 hours) even when she would only work between 8 to 10 hours every week. For the past few months, the evening manager at her facility would tell the package handlers that they needed to work more hours and would give them tasks like pulling out staples from time cards or address corrections. Things she never had to do as a package handler before. The manager also drove away several handlers, telling them that they weren't needed any more and that the drivers can handle their workload so now my mom's facility is down to 2 package handlers in the evening (no clue about the mornings). He even has her filling up vehicles with diesel exhaust fluid for some reason? For a while now, this manager would say that if the package handlers did not complete these task, he would remove their guaranteed minimum pay for that week. He tried it once with a package handler, the handler threw a fit, and then the manager re-adjusted the handler's paycheck and he received his minimum pay again. My mom worked 14 hours the past two weeks and the minimum pay was gone (she was never late) so is there official announcement that Fedex decided to abolish the minimum pay guarantee throughout the entire company? Is it just her facility? I just wonder if her manager has the ability to do that. I also find it odd that he is trying to get rid of all the package handlers for the facility as well. Thank you for any feedback!