Besides one being non and the other being union can anyone see the similarities between yrc and FedEx. Both company's bought out other company's trying to be the largest in the ltl business. The biggest difference there is FedEx didn't go into debt the way yrc did. Both company's have laid off a large part of their work force. Yrc employees voted to take reductions to save as many jobs as they could and looks to be on the rebound tho they still have a long way to go. Fedex employees moved in some cases thousands of miles to save their jobs and then we're told after about 3-6 months thank you for moving until we could get the rail situation figured out now we don't need you anymore. Yrc lost pay in voting to take concessions, FedEx lost pay in that FedEx Corp didn't keep up with pay increases and benefits that other carriers have. We just didn't get to vote.So for ask you anti-union people out there that wasn't too bring up the yrc contract for comparison, we are closer to yrc than you think. By the way I live in Texas, I am pro-union, because I feel like that is the best option for us as employees, 1 person can't stand alone and make a difference. Are the Teamsters perfect, no they are not, but the work rules, pay, and lack of benefits we have now are far from perfect also.