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Typical day consists of getting equipment, loading trucks, scanning packages, customer service and problem solving for the client with tight time constraints. The most enjoyable part of the day is dealing with your clients... most are actually very good to work with. Management is trained well, but under great pressure, which is understandable. The hardest part of the job is the Christmas rush... incredibly intense.
Room for growth professionally, training is good
Delivering during the Christmas season
This company was an amazing company to work for 20 years ago. Now it’s all about the Shareholders. Women are paid substantially less than their male counterparts and family time is much less. The company always comes first. The customers are the best part of the job. Discrimination is prevalent and never addressed. Think hard about wanting to work here, especially if you are a female.
The work was fast paced and tough. Constant deadlines and they had to be adhered to if you were to be considered for anything else in terms of advancement.
Great company all around to work for. A lot has changed since I started working back in 1983, but then again sometimes change is good and then again sometimes change is not so good. It's how you adapt to the changes that define people.
The harder you work the more you get used. However, this can be good since you are paid hourly. The only problem is the more they use the harder they make it for using your time off.
Working at FedEx was very enriching and beneficial to me and my family. The work is fast paced and time sensitive, and can be physical at times. One of the best aspects of working here is the building of customer relationships. The pay and benefits structure is first rate.
If you don’t own route(s) you’re basically going to top out at or around 130-150 per day. No benefits, no sick pay, some contractors don’t even do vacations no matter the time put in. Fedex doesn’t care anymore since they contracted everything out. It’s also going to 7 days a week.
If you enjoy a daily mission, managing chaos and challenging yourself, this is the role for you. Every day there are new obstacles and challenges in your way. The role is quite fulfilling if you are looking for a challenge.
Don’t even think you’ll last doing this All talk and when they are done using you they throw you away for the next gullible young man they can break down. Good job to make a few bucks until you find a REAL CAREER. Management won’t stand up for their drivers they cowardly bow to fedex because that’s what sings their 100k per route contracts, while drivers struggle to make 28-30k
Wages have been slow to increase over the past 10 years. A courier used to top out in just a few years. Mid range employees are taking 20+ years to top out. Promises about pay increases are not being kept and management is inexperienced causing a chaotic work atmosphere