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You get full benefits, even if you are part-time.

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Should able to speak into the point and solve the problem quite and quickly

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I've been at FedEx for 19 years. $26 per hour plus 10 hours overtime per week. About 73k per year. A couple coworkers who volunteer to do extra hours and Saturdays have just about hit 6 figures. Benefits are ridiculously good. Family of 4 health ins w/dental and vision is $140/mo. 401k and pension.

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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.

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Depending on the job title. If you are "the face" there is a uniform. Other job titles they don't require a uniform. Still if you have the chance to wear one do it

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Better commutation, No favoritism, competitive pay, management/leads to not be afraid to cut "the fat" off (have it so the good workers don't have to do all the work, and the bad one just picking up a paycheck.) That also to management get rid of the bad manager, don't keep them on even though there are a protected group

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You work for whatever FedEx group you work for, they are all different entities under the same umbrella organization, but consider each other competitors when it comes to employment, and they have a policy against working for competitors.

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Yes but hours are erratic they tend to overhire and then distribute the hours at the minium

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What I learned from being a backup team leader in charge of thirty people and 42 cans. How to pull together to achieve a common goal. How to manage time.

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Show a willingness to learn ,be honest

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