Package Handler (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – July 24, 2017
The job is easy enough to learn, but you don't find out the hours until the day before in an e-mail. If you like a social work setting, this isn;t a good job. Until break comes around, you don;t have time to talk to coworkers. You need to focus on your work.
Ops Manager (Current Employee) – Ashland, VA – July 24, 2017
The work at FedEx is same everyday and dealing with accident and complaints from customer. The biggest thing about is dispatching drivers and making pick ups in a timely manner. As a Manager, i do follow ups with the our Business Partner( Contractors) to ensure there is a plan in place to make sure Packages are transported out of building daily.
senior analyst (Current Employee) – MemphisTN – July 24, 2017
better than average pay, antiquated chain of command management style, internal politics, still better than average working conditions, culture, annual bonuses, company-paid pension (sub-par to unions but still a pension) separate from the 401K you contribute to. lots of stress is met with lots of expectation
Senior Investigator/Security Specialist (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 24, 2017
The benefits are great and the job culture is positive and rewarding, Depending on your field of employment, there are management opportunities. There is a great balance of work and personal life. The quality of life is outstanding.
Positive culture and discounts
Management Opportunities depending on field of employment
Quality Inspector III (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 24, 2017
Production has its own mind set on different aspects of the job. As for quality, there was no one more interested and caring than our supervisor. Classes were held and we were taught what a quality culture is and the fundamentals of working in a Quality Driven Management environment.
Package Handler (Current Employee) – Carol Stream, IL – July 23, 2017
The work can be very tedious, which creates a high employee turnover rate. The work itself is very basic since you are just loading or unloading trailers. Sometimes management works too hard to meet the numbers set by corporate, which causes long hours and creates an excessive amount of work for the average employee.
Free food and a relatively relaxed workplace
Frequent 7.25 hour shifts with no break unless you are full time
PM DRIVER (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – July 22, 2017
This was a great company and paid well. The hours aren't good because you have to work a split shift if you want full time hours. The health benefits are excellent . The opportunity for advancement isn't very good and the security people are horrible. They fired me for a mechanical mistake. Not my mistake.