For many years, I've known a courier named "T". He wasn't the fastest, but he wasn't the slowest either, and he just kept plugging along. Management didn't like "T" because he wasn't a team player and occasionally got into it with customers. No BBQ's, no pizza parties, no company functions at all. Wouldn't help other couriers, and never volunteered for Saturday or to come in early or stay late. They harassed him, but he ignored it and there wasn't much they could really do about it because he performed just well enough to avoid any real trouble. He didn't really speak with anyone, but just showed-up, did his job, and went home. No after work socialization and no management butt kissing. But then "T" got hurt on the job, and they went after him like a pack of bloodhounds trailing a wounded fox. They accused him of faking his injury, but then he came back at exactly 89 days, and kept on going...even though he was obviously hurting. That didn't make any difference to FedEx....they just went after him harder. When "T" had trouble making his numbers, they doubled-down on the harassment. And then "T" really earned my respect. He got a lawyer,and sued. FedEx fought, and brought lawyers in from Memphis and had expert medical providers from their "insurance" provider. This went on for quite awhile, and "T" kept right on going. Finally...a verdict. Numbers weren't disclosed because the settlement was confidential, but "T' supposedly walked away with a high 6-figure check. The moral of the story is that you need to fight back, and don't think that FedEx is infallible. It's a cheesy line, but if you've ever watched Galaxyquest, one of the funniest movies ever, you'll get it. "Never give-up, never surrender".