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Answered August 17, 2019

Fine, I was hired over several canididates. I was highly qualified.

Answered July 5, 2019

Very poor training and the the manager says it’s your fault. Manager and district manager just want things to look good on paper. No teamwork. You can get by doing absolutely nothing because you won’t make errors. The others have to carry the load and thus make errors. Manager hired an assistant manager who was a Human Resources and customer service nightmare. But on paper they had position filled. I went in investing in fedex office as a career. They had no investment in me. I’m a great employee and they lost me. Serves them right

Answered June 5, 2019

Look to be hired somewhere else, the pay is terrible

Answered February 2, 2020

No. All hiring is done online. When there is a position open at the location you need to apply over the website and then if they feel you are a good fit, you will receive a phone call.

Answered November 19, 2019

Its already a better place, I will make FedEx likelihood to recommend by every customer.

Answered May 5, 2020

Vacation, sick leave, health insurance, 401k and dental insurance.

Answered April 21, 2018

Because the worst employees came from the old Kinko's days that gave great raises so they make big $$$$ and there seems to be no way to get rid of them so $10 employees pick up the slack for $20+ per hour employees. There's your answer as they will never leave until they die or retire.

Answered October 4, 2017

40 hours maximum and 35 hours minimum.

Answered April 26, 2019

The new schedule policy requires every Full Time employee under a salaried Manager to have an open availability, so yes.

Answered July 19, 2019
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