Originally Posted by R1ghty
This is such balls.
How can they strike and hold customers' property ransom? If Uhaul went on strike and people couldn't access their stuff in storage, wouldn't there be lawsuits?
I mean, Striking and saying "as of now, we are not taking any more parcels. Hoever all parcels in our posesion will be delivered" would be legit.
But assuring customers that a parcel will reach its destination the next day, and locking shit up that very next day is a scam.
If you look at the information page they specifically state that they cease to guarantee service standards during a labour shortage or strike etc..
I guess someone could lauch a class action suit for the difference between express and standard mail as they accepted it knowing they would lock out CP employees.