OTTAWA, May 14 /CNW Telbec/ - The Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW)
is marking Moya Greene's fourth anniversary as President and CEO of the Canada
Post by releasing a report card evaluating the corporation's track record
under her management.
Greene will receive a national report card today from CUPW that shows how
injuries, strikes and grievances have gone up at Canada Post since she took
the helm four years ago. It also shows how respect in the work place has
deteriorated during the same period.
"If you compare the four years before Greene with the four years under
Greene's management, the numbers show that injuries have gone up 15.4 per cent
and grievances have gone up 59.3 per cent," said CUPW National President Denis
Lemelin. "We've also seen days lost to national strikes go from three to 36
and there has been a sharp decline in efforts to expand community services."
"The results of the CUPW's online poll on Greene's performance indicate
that she has significantly eroded labour relations," said Lemelin. "In fact,
94 percent of respondents, most of them postal workers, think that Greene
should not be reappointed for another five year term."
Greene and her management team received an F for injuries, a D- for
grievances, a C- for strike days, a D+ for expanding services and an F for
respect. The overall grade was D-.
"I think it's pretty obvious there is something seriously wrong at the
senior levels of management at Canada Post," said Lemelin.
The results of the CUPW's online poll are available at
For further information:
For further information: Richard McGrath, Communications (CUPW), (613)
236-7238 ext. 7914