Shira Goodman, North American Commercial President for Staples couldn’t hide her contempt for Postal Workers when she spoke to hundreds of Staples employees in her first ever Town Hall style meeting. Ms Goodman chastised Postal Workers with several disparaging remarks including: “It must be nice to have a job for life” then adding “those days are over, this country can’t afford to do business as usual.” In her world Staples workers are nothing more than temporary workers always at risk to have their jobs abolished.
It comes as no surprise that Shira Goodman was on the “Jobs and Economy” Steering Committee during Mitt Romney’s transition to Massachusetts Governor in 1992. Judging by her attitude towards workers there is no doubt she buys into Romney’s hateful 47% comment made during his presidential run.
It’s also hardly shocking that Shira Goodman’s job before joining Staples in 1992 was being a manager for Bain and Company (1986-1992). Staples was one of her clients. Bain was the leader in outsourcing workers jobs for management profit. She must feel quite comfortable in outsourcing postal jobs to her transient workforce.
Full article: I Cannot Believe What Shira Goodman (Pres. of Staples) Said About The Dedicated USPS Employees | NH Labor News.
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I’m shocked, SHOCKED I tell you that a disciple of Mitt Romney would say such things. What I love about these twits is that their executive compensation packages are sacrosanct. If they were subject to the same working conditions (fire at will) they might sing a somewhat different tune.
Why do workers have no loyalty to companies anymore? Because the companies don’t have any loyalty towards their employees.