So, just wondering if anybody else has heard about this. We had a manager tell us at our workgroup meeting that as of June 1st, the TRW rules were changing. He told us all that the time off for worker injury to return to work was being reduced from 90 days, to 45 days. This can't be argued since companies can establish these times, but most fortune 500 companies allocate 180 days.....but not here as we all know (cause we are better than everybody else) I guess. The next part is the "kicker" though. As with everything else at FedEx, there is always something else. He said that he needed to get "clarification" from the e-mail he read but that the company was going to start using employees vacation time when they get hurt! Is that even legal? Needless to say, the place went absolutely bezerk. People wanted to know when the 45 day time frame started, from the date of injury, or after the use of vacation time. Can you be forced to report in if you are technically on vacation. How does this effect those currently on TRW? How will doctor appointments work out, etc... He said that he would check more into it and get us more information, but we all know how that standard line works out. If anybody else hears of anything remotely similiar to this, or has more information, please share.