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While the very public battle rages on over the leadership role at CP, the unions at CP are weighing in -- and they are not happy.
Today, Fred Green sent out an internal memo updating the employees (and all those interested) on the company's plan to improve its operations, highlighting increased customer support. But at least one union leader isn't buying it. Bill Brehl, president of Teamsters Canada Rail Conference Maintenance of Way division, said this in an email conversation with me today:
"Green's memo seems more of the same. I have always maintained that CP has some excellent managers that I believe could bring this company back to its former greatness with better leadership.
Leadership that will stress the importance of the employees.....treating them like the valuable assets they are instead of as liabilities. The attitude that caused Fred Green to say "Suck it up, buttercup" to a group of CAW members who were just informed that the CP diesel shop where they worked was being shutdown....this attitude has long outlived its shelf life.
However, I think there might be a number of better candidates for CEO (who are currently working at CP), than Hunter Harrison. Believe me, I don't want to get in the middle of a war between CP and Pershing. All I want is that CP is run properly, safely and efficiently for many more years to come. If CP does well, so does my membership. The long term viability and success of CP is good for my membership, good for CP's customers and good for the country."
The train ride just got a lot bumpier.