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Criticism is redundant
While Joe Shaheen (letter, Dec. 17)) is certainly entitled to his opinion on his former employer’s CEO and upper management, his constant character assassinations of Mr. Armes seem more than a little redundant.
While he has serious concerns about the direction Cooper Tire is headed, whether the company is for sale or looking to invest in smaller tire companies to purchase is over the heads of most blue-collar workers.
There is certainly a lot of business education needed at institutes of higher learning as well as years of working one’s way up the corporate ladder to reach the position of CEO.
I have never met any of the management at Cooper, but I have known many workers on the line over the years. It was always and I’m sure it still is, a great place to work.
While the pay and benefits may have taken a hit in recent years, Cooper Tire is far from the only one to do this to its employees. Everyone’s health care costs have risen way past the rate of inflation and businesses are forced to pass the costs along to employees.
Sometimes, it is easy to criticize others when we think ... More Letters for this date...
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