By Lawrence M. Read

The writer of this arguable research takes a multi-disciplinary examine what's wrong with the Canadian postal approach. The research is predicated within the fields of economics, politics and philosophy. an individual occupied with what has occurred to the once-excellent Canadian mail provider may still learn this e-book, in addition to these excited about present developments within the business international.

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2F Productivity in Canada Post and the Commercial Sector (excl. 2E and "Aggregate Productivity Measures," Statistics Canada, Cat. 14-201. ) Given the recovery from reductions in the work week in this period, it would appear that if person-hours rather than personyears had been used in assessing labour inputs, labour productivity would have registered an overall improvement of about 15 percent and total-input productivity of about 30 percent. The post-1964 period was calamitous for productivity.

3B displays the salaries of nine classes of postal employees expressed as a percentage of current postal clerk salaries for the quinquennial years 1964-65, 1969-70, 1974-75, and 1979-80. 3B Salaries of Classes of Postal Employees as a Percentage of Postal Clerk (PO4) Salaries Postal Clark (PO4) Letter Carrier (PO3) Postal Supervisor (PO-SUP-2) Postmaster (PL2) Administrative Services (AS3) (AS8) Clerical Services (CR3) Revenue Postmaster Grade 1 Semi-Staff Postmaster Grade 4 1964-65 100 94 112 1969-70 100 96 118 1974-75 100 97 116 1979-80 100 99 114 152 144 141 137 159 90 154 308 88 150 296 89 125 223 76 79 80 77 78 99 102 93 91 Source: Based on data provided by Canada Post.

Postal Service: Indexes of the Reciprocal of Comparative Total-Input Productivity (1/CTP), Comparative Labour Compensation (CLC), and Constant-Dollar Unit Costs 1949-50 1954-55 1959-60 1964-65 1965-66 67 68 69 70 1970-71 72 73 74 75 1975-76 77 78 79 80 1/CTP 87 82 92 100 102 105 107 107 105 104 104 102 104 103 106 106 100 98 93 CLC 95 89 92 100 99 98 97 98 101 110 115 115 119 125 129 132 132 129 128 1/CTP XCLC ConstantDollar Unit Costs 82 73 84 100 102 103 104 105 106 114 120 117 123 128 137 140 133 127 120 80 74 89 100 101 103 105 106 108 114 119 115 120 124 130 131 124 119 110 Notes: 1.

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