U.S. Postal Service’s Latest Cost-Cutting Plan Shows Need For Privatization
“On the one hand, it’s weighed down by unions that control 85% of its workforce, impeding reasonable efficiency improvements.
Example: In just the first six months of this year, the Postal Service spent $4.3 million paying postal workers to do literally nothing, thanks to labor agreements that require the service to keep workers on the payroll even when mail volume is low or machinery breaks down.”
Delivering junk mail under the union label.