Floor Technician (Former Employee) – Ellenwood, GA – October 22, 2016
As with anything the people make the work place. The environment could have been much more organized and management was in obvious need of assistance, but the work experience was average. You could feel secure if you did it well and there were opportunities to learn new skills often.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – October 21, 2016
Great group of employees, that became long lasting friends. Extensive training in order to assist the customers concerns. Management allowed you to self- manage. However, was quite helpful whenever needed. Fun place!
Celebrations of any kind. For employees birthdays, weddings, baby announcements, etc.
Provided primary support to the Senior Attorney handling all accounts in Latin America-Caribbean. Updated and handled all existing files for the United States and Latin America-Caribbean. Created and distributed legal documents for all existing customers such as revisions and or additions to current policies and local account maintenance and operation. Performed general office duties such as scheduling meetings and travel arrangements for the Latin America-Caribbean Legal Council team, scheduling appointments and handling the department’s incoming calls, as well as, prepared and submit invoices for payment.
I enjoyed working there along with my coworkers.The work was tough but capable of being tackled.I liked the management staff because they were respectable and great motivators in regards to getting things done.
Truck Parker (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 20, 2016
It did what it was supposed to do, which was be a helpful 2nd income the fell in between my life style without too much adjustments. they had peak times where going extra hard was needed and i didn't mind giving that extra
Cheap shipping cost, great discounts on lots of things besides FedEx stuff
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT 84122 – October 20, 2016
Was and excellent work environment, offered benefits that were not very expensive yet had good coverage. The fast paced work was meticulous and and at times tedious but enjoyable. Lots of care and safety went into every day.
As a athletic person, I'd say that the purpose of this job was to do your task in a constant pace where your stamina was a key factor. lifting more than 80 Lbs was challenging sometimes but in the end of the day " it was a good sweat". nice experience so far.
the managers and trainers do their best to help you get through the high level of packages that you are required to load into your trucks. there is a diverse culture which is extremely nice to work with. the hardest part of the job is loading the packages that weigh over 75 pounds. the most enjoyable part, is the fact that even though there is no music, you are allowed to talk to your coworkers. it takes some getting used to, to be able to scan every package and load, but after a week or so, it comes naturally!
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Mount Juliet, TN – October 18, 2016
A typical day unfolds identically as the last. As a package handler your only objective is to load a truck using an effective method. For five hours at the least you may only break to sip provided water or Gatorade before going right back to work. This job is not for those with a poor work ethic, back problems or sensitivity to heat or exhaustion.
Free lunch and a break on Monday if you come in early.
The non-stop, typically strenuous work in a hot truck trailer.
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Kent, WA – October 17, 2016
I work for FedEx as a package handler, and it is not bad at all. The only parts that sucks is that I have to wake up at 3 in the morning for work. It's the only job I could find that fit into my schedule with school and boxing.