FedEx Express
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Management is horrible at my station. CEO don’t care if it is horrible because all they care about is packages are being picked up and delivered. Quality people leave because of how a station like mine has WAY too much favorites and discrimination. I never thought FedEx Express would be one of the worse companies I have ever worked for.

Answered November 26, 2019

Meeting different people every day.

Answered May 27, 2020

Yeah, there are "benefits." Get what's left of them while you can. Year over year, FedEx has continued to chip away at the value of its employee benefits. Of course, FedEx's corporate Ministry of Truth will doublespeak tell you that your benefits are "better than ever!" In reality, FedEx employee benefits are rather mediocre compared to other large multinational corporations. And, if you're a full-time courier, plan on spending your vacation time in order to find time to take advantage of many of the other benefits. I'm an old school FedEx courier, with over 30 years of perspective regarding FedEx, and its employee benefits. I can tell you firsthand, the employee benefit package---as with all other things FedEx---are but a shadow of what it used to be. It's a sad shame that the younger FedEx employees will never be able to experiemce the full benefits of the great company to work for that FedEx was at one time. C'est la vie.

Answered December 8, 2019

Well I'm thinking from start to finish start maybe about a week or two that would be the application process interviewing the third week maybe background process and drug tests or anything like that early decision of a clear-headed employee that is interviewing and that's the hiring manager accept thing your position

Answered June 7, 2019

1st Buy back FXG
2nd start overnight deliveries, residential only no signature, no businesses at night. It could be done I guaranteed it.

3rd run all driver 0730 to 1930 complete VIR, turn in keys and clock out. All dex 08,03,07 are left on the truck, would process through scanning system via package handlers, get rid of all PM's routes no need for pup routes, after day driver delivery are done, start pups route between 1400 and 1500 return to the warehouse by 1900 everyday.

4th Technolog, technology, technology, is would reduce about 80% of the tracers for CSA and gatekeepers.

5th stop printing time cards and recons, it's a complete waste of paper and money, nationwide you would save about a millions on paper alone.

To grow we must make changes.

Don't follow UPS, make UPS follow us.

Answered December 5, 2019

40+ weekly for fulltimers &
17.5 to 20 hours a week for part timers.

Christmas time is peak season- work as many hours as they'll let you. the more the better. part or full time.

Answered May 24, 2019

Work pace was high paced but satisfying

Answered January 3, 2019

Fedex would rather have an insanely high turnover rate then pay people a bit more for being good at their jobs or being qualified to do things like Marshall or pushback aircraft.

Answered September 29, 2018
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