http://dockets.justia.com/docket/california/candce/3:2011cv04105/244386/ http://dockets.justia.com/docket/california/candce/3:2011cv04039/244192/ http://dockets.justia.com/docket/california/candce/3:2011cv04032/244185/ http://dockets.justia.com/docket/california/candce/3:2011cv01921/239719/ The first three suits were all filed with a one week period. All filed for Employment Discrimination which broadly covers many reasons including Whistleblower Retaliation. These suits are all filed is one district court in one part of Northern California. If it is indicative of what is going on in the United States than there must be thousands of new lawsuits against FedEx maybe more. No wonder, considering the way they treat people in their bid to get rid of the older topped out work force, cut benefits and hours and generally keep everyone in a state of fear about losing their jobs. How is that PSP working Fred? Safety means nothing now. In my station there is an investigation over turn over rate and our station is a "focus" station because accidents and injuries are through the roof. Management turns a blind eye everyday to people working through unpaid lunch breaks. Mention safety and you will be targeted. Maybe a warning OLCC about your sock color or supply levels in your truck. Go against them and its a warning letter next. My advice, save every piece of paper, take photos of physical risks in the station, look for and keep hand written cheat sheets of airbill numbers, keep a journal and never ever sign anything. You may need these things one day.