I don't recall anyone starting rumors. In fact, progress was made quietly, for some time, much to the chagrin of some not included initially. Only when the number passed 50% and approached 60% did the word get out. At the time, it was noted that the Company was slow to react. Well behind the curve. Due to the reaction (request for time), enough had hope that corrections would come. Many did come, but not this one.Percentages remain above 50, but hampered by attrition, as well as some hope Diminishing hope? Perhaps.That puts us in that group that you say has no voice. Getting back on topic, this issue TRANSCENDS the lines of pro/anti, management/non management, etc. Most everyone realizes something is not quite right with the competitive rates.