Today, we had a kind of long workgroup morning meeting due to a late plane due to weather. As manager after manager after manager took turns to tell us what a crappy and awful job we are doing on safety, VIR compliance, how many staples are too many when turning in our paperwork, lates deliveries, SPH, sales leads, all-black shoes and not gray, on-time PUPs, sense of urgency during the reload, unloading of documents' crates after return to building, 1-hour obligatory lunch regardless hours worked, etc., etc., etc., then, when they finally quit talking, a peer curiosly asked the following question: Are we doing ANYTHING right? A few couriers starting to clap, (which they didnt like), for his bravery of standing up and asking THE question, and one of our younger, newer, louder, and stupier managers gave him this responce: NOTHING! YOU GUYS AINT DOIN ANYTHING RIGHT! So basically, we all suck at what we do. Wow, so that's how FedEx treats its employees? What every happened to the SFA question: Does my manager treats me with respect...? Now please, be realistic you manager Mr. Goofball. What does that do to the moral of the whole station? How do you think everyone felt? Him, and all our management team obviously can care less. There you have it. That is FedEx.