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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
Great place to work. The morale is usually high. Co- workers and manager share the same vision and can do attitude which makes it worth working for. Is a challenge, however, self motivation goes a long way to get your work done.
Management sucks, its every man for themselves, they train you with the bare minimum am after that your on your own, especially at HTOA AT JFK, was a horrible experience.
Stress, no life, no help, your on your own.
It is a high stress, fast paced environment. You must be able to adapt to last minute changes. Must be thick skinned, again, things are hectic on the sort. Once you are out on the road,if you are a delivery driver, you are, for the most part, in charge of your day.
Federal Express is a great place to work. They take care of their employees when and where they can. Benefits are provided for even the part time personnel. If you work your scheduled day off, you are paid OT for that shift. It is definitely a great place to work for someone that is interested in beginning with part time employment as it takes a while to become FT.
Occasional lunches, several breakfasts per year, gatorade when hot, Fun Friday, Employee of the Month
Breaks/lunches are on the road, some days can be stressful due to the amount of priority packages received
So does anyone know if we’re getting raises this year? So much for that sweet tax cut trickledown. That lasted a whole 6 months. We need more robots!!
Station managers are pretty cool
Upper management is out of touch with employees
Fedex office is a fairly decent workplace to get a leg up on a career at. Most of the management is competent and listens to you. Advancement is only a bit of hard work away and you never feel (at least I didnt) that what you did didnt matter in the long run.
Great workplace, good environment
Pay could be a little higher
Went to work and did my job,delivered my packages. I also got to sort the letter package's that came in. Was allowed to go to the atlanta airport and pick up packages also.
Got to go to warehouse and pickup truck load of packages.
Some of the trucks did not have air conditioning.
Great company but i think starting fulltime would be better than starting your staff at only part time.. that would be my only rant other than that no complaints and management was not as helpfull.
This is a review in the FEDEX EXPRESS department only. This job is only worth it if you are part-time. Because seniority plays a huge part, disregarding skill, takes 20 years to get an average route with good hours. Insurance rises every year that counters your raise. Have to plan all your vacation days 1 year ahead (Seniority prevents others from getting summer and around holidays off),you always get leftovers. Fedex Guarantees 35 hours, but if your late 1 minute, have jury duty, or a holiday is in the week, you forfeit those hours and stuck with around 25 hours. Managers try to find reasons to not give you guaranteed hours, like offering you work and if you are unable that one day then you also forfeit the guaranteed hours and they won't tell you that. Good people to work with. I learned FedEx tries to own you with words of growth the company is undertaking. Hardest part of this job is getting placed on bulk routes and dealing with management and HR because they secretly work against those they don't like.
Good starting pay and benefits.
Hours, raises, management, advancement, morale, seniority
The only thing they care about is stops per hour. This creates an extremely unsafe and unpleasant work experience. Someone will eventually get killed by a speeding courier trying to make his stop.
No breaks, unsafe work environment, unreasonable expectations
begin your day by coming to the station. gather all your supplies and equipment, scan and sort all of the documents and packages.Load your delivery truck for your route . checking with our dispatcher along the way