I heartily concur with the strong sentiment expressed about long term employee/upper management relations. Phoenix has lost virtually all of its key managers over the past two years due to very poorly qualified local senior leadership and obvious Good Ole boy network. Employees were treated very poorly and virtually all of the talented Managers left for better working conditions/pay. Many of these people worked long and hard for many years and were among the best in the Industry. What they received for their effort was constant harassment and poor compensation. They saw the Iceberg coming and jumped off. What is left floating needs flushed. Phoenix faced a strong unionization threat three years ago and would not be suprised if another effort surfaces soon. Rank and file employees recognize a sinking ship. Viva T..I..T..A..N..I..C
Naive question, but are no workers at LH unionized? I'm sure that is not what management wants, but it would solve the morale problem by providing negotiated wages and a mechanism for addressing grievances. In the end we would all be better off: management, employees, and shareholders.
And the employees want to pay $34-$40/mo in union dues? I don't think so as they would gain no more than what they have now, if LH didn't close the entire sight down and re-route their business to another sight to avoid the 'U'.