FedEx Express
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About the company

  • CEO
    Richard Smith
    74%
    approve of Richard Smith's performance
  • Founded
    1971
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Memphis, Tennessee
  • Link
    FedEx Express website
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Rating overview

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Reviews

Driver in Herndon, VA
on August 30, 2022
I’ve been employed with FedEx express 8.5 years. It can be stressful in the beginning as a driver. Managers only care about making numbers. Multicultural environment
Courier/Delivery Driver in Portland, OR
on January 29, 2023
Not sure if it varies by station but management is constantly changing it can be difficult to find who your primary boss is at first. Pay is great during peak season. Lack of help or guidance can land you in trouble with higher ups. Easy to make mistakes. Very numbers driven. Need to advocate for yourself. Log anything and everything you can to protect yourself. Decent medical and dental benefits.
Courier in Greater Indianapolis
on January 29, 2023
FedEx has been such a great experience for me . Growth opportunities for anyone willing to do the work and training. I started off at the Indy Hub and literally worked in every operation. I now work as a courier and love it . I recommend anyone looking for a career that pays well, provides great benefits and growth opportunities to work for FedEx express.
Courier Driver in Tucson, AZ
on January 29, 2023
Going on 3 years there I love the job. Some of what goes in at the station can be annoying, example :lazy drivers that feel entitled to whatever they want.
Material Handler in Honolulu, HI
on January 29, 2023
By far the best job I ever had.If you enjoy hard work, good pay and great benefits, then this job is for you.Most coworkers keep to themselves while others are hang out in small groups but overall, everyone works together.Outstanding leadership from the management team and leads, they care about their employees and would go out of their way to check up on you.I can honestly say that if my personal situations were different, I would still be employed but I plan on going back.

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Interview insights

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a week

Interview Questions

They asked basic questions: If you are able to work in extreme conditions i.e rain or shine/ high or cold temperatures? How many years of driving a motor vehicle / have a drivers license? Work on holidays? Can you lift 70lbs frequently? Packages can weigh up to 70lbs, can you lift up 110lbs with a co-worker? They only asked me 3 situational questions that will let them know if you are adaptable, organized, and dependable: "Can you tell me a time when you had to adapt at work? How did it conflict with your job and what was the success after overcoming the conflict." "Can you tell me a time when being organized and planning was important. How did being organized and planning helped you succeed at your previous work?" "Can you tell me a time when you had to be depended on by someone by a task and what was the outcome of that success?" Questions can vary by the manager I think. Interview took 30 mins total.

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Shared on November 12, 2020

First they asked basic questions. Are you able to lift up to 70lbs? Are you able to be flexible with your schedule? etc. Then they went into 9 situational questions. Some examples: Tell us about a time you had to be dependable. Are you able to be adaptable on the job? If so, tell us about how you adapted at work in your previous job? Tell us about a time when you had to be compassionate for someone else. Tell us about a time when _____. Then they gave me an opportunity to ask questions. The whole thing lasted about 30 minutes.

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