Package Handler (Former Employee) – Sterling, VA – July 8, 2016
Working in a warehouse environment with extremely physical work that has to be done quickly to get mail to customers. Not much compensation and mostly part-time work. There is some opportunity for advancement, but it is difficult to advance unless you are willing to relocate. Good for a part-time job if you have other sources of income.
be prepared to work hard for nothing and little to no pay. FedEx was fine until the pay wasn't matching the type of work that is performed. honestly if you need a correctional job to get you to realize that anything else is better then this job than fedex is the job for you.
I worked the night shift at FedEx, in my time there I constantly proved myself as an employee, the problem with that is that there management is practically careless. If you need extra cash, go for it. Other than that I wouldn't apply.
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Earth City, MO – August 16, 2017
The pay you receive and the amount of hours you get per day does not equal out. The work conditions are difficult, but that's expected of a warehouse job. But for the hours to already be short and then have those hours cut is unacceptable.
Jumper/Helper (Former Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – August 16, 2017
A typical day at work was arriving at 5 am and start scanning packages to load the truck. It was great, i love being an early riser for this job and i got a great work out running packages.it was great fun experience.
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Missouri City, TX – August 16, 2017
I dont have anything nice to say so i rather not speak on the company at all. But this website requires it. i go to work, do my job and leave they lied to us the whole time we worked there, i never got no type of benefits or nothing so when my foot was broken they just put me on a leave of absence. we only received 3 to 4 hours of work a day so they slaved us.
Driver (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – August 16, 2017
I have been at fedex almost a year I have yet to be offered any benefits. I was switched from one manager to another without a choice. I go in at six in the morning and do not leave until eight nine oclock at night. The pay is horrible for the hours I work
Distribution Package Handler (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – August 16, 2017
It was the same thing day in day out, load boxes on to trucks. Making sure the correct boxes were loaded on the correct trucks through their tracking system. Hardest part of the job was the over sized packages. The most enjoyable was the other package handlers.