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What would you suggest FedEx management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Most operations management and senior management is ineffective. Remember, most people quit a job bc of their manager. Not bc of the position they hold. I quit bc of a manager that kept mistreating me. This wasn’t occurring to my coworkers. My coworkers kept telling me that she resented me bc I had previously been in management. She pulled every unethical maneuver with me. I finally had enough so I quit. I do miss my days at FedEx, obviously I don’t miss the mistreatment I had to endure!

Ask your front line how you can improve! Stop making up rules and regulations that make their jobs harder, their input should matter since they are the ones doing the physical job everyday, they know their positions well and I can guarantee will have great ideas to make their work more efficient. STOP favoring people who don't actually contribute or help the company. Recognize and reward the ones who work hard.

Ask your front line how you can improve! Stop making up rules and regulations that make their jobs harder, their input should matter since they are the ones doing the physical job everyday, they know their positions well and I can guarantee will have great ideas to make their work more efficient. STOP favoring people who don't actually contribute or help the company. Recognize and reward the ones who work hard.

They need to stop protecting the bigots, racists, and predators they have working for them. They sweep this stuff under the rug and even give them privileges. They say they do not tolerate that behavior and they shove that workplace safety training down your throat but they do not follow through.

Dont judge an employee from their past. Give them a chance people that have been through the struggles seem to work harder.js

Be fair to all employees know matter how long they been working there or even if there new

I worked for Fed X six days total. I really wanted and needed the job. There was no real organization. They told you to do this and that but didnt know why you were doing it.No one explained anything. I was just there. The pay was good. I am 69 years old and had little to no help. I was so glad they hired me and so sorry I couldn't keep my job.

They can definitely hire more package handlers to handle the belts, sorting and packing cans. Its unrealistic and kind of ridiculous that i have to go on my route, in any weather, with on calls coming in then come back to the station and unload my van THEN go become a sorter/package handler.. As if one job isnt stressful or dangerous enough that i have to come back tired after one and do another.

Stop getting rid of package handlers, otherwise you either wont meet deadlines because planes arent leaving on time, couriers getting injured in the warehouse, or couriers just not finding the 19/hr pay worth all the stress and labor on top of driving all day.


All of these stupid changes, especially during peak right now is going to cost the company more in the long run.

Need two people to load a truck. Having the extra set of hand to move heavy boxes without asking and waiting for someone to never come help.

Sounds like someone got lazy so we all are going to have to come together and get everything done right. If we need extra tools and help I will do everything I can to get it. We have got to get everything back running right. So let's get at it.

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