You go in at 7 in the morning and might be get off before noon or you might still be out until midnight. Never knew when I was going to work. I'd get a text at 11PM the day before I go in saying "I'm not needed the next day"
Horrible, back breaking work. You will have no life. As soon as you get home (whenever that is) you will be too tired to do anything and you will need more sleep than normal to do this job. Every day is random
contractors train the helpers and drivers very well, they make sure that all packages are delivered on a timely manner. after three month probation, the contractor gives the option of full benefits and paid off time
The overall environment is fast paced and involves significant amounts of running, lifting, and pushing. If you're an athletic person that doesn't mind getting paid to run around and drop parcels off and pick up hundreds of boxes at scheduled times than this is the job for you!
Manage your own route to get the job done
Can be the most stressful job ever when you're backed up with packages.
Work days are usually fun, work pace has to be fast - so you can finish on time. Management is constantly improving. Some co-workers are really fun to be around and people are generally friendly. Hardest part of job is when it rains and you still got to do what you got to do while the most enjoyable is when the weather is nice and your load is light. You finish early and you have all the time to spend with family and loved ones.
This job is very straightforward, as long as you are somewhat athletic and can wake up at 7 in the morning, you can do this job. I was only a driver helper but the contractor who owned the route I worked on said I could come back for a job when its been 5 years since my DUI.
I worked as a delivery driver helper. Running packages to high rise buildings. Meeting customers clients everyday. It was on call. I would of like more steady hours. The hardest part working at FedEx is being on call. What I enjoyed was meeting new people.
Come in ready to work in whatever weather was at hand. Management was very strict on procedure and safety, and very helpful with workload. Co-workers were very high enduranced individuals. Most difficult part of the job was the various workloads on a daily basis. The part of the job that was most enjoyed was the company cookouts.
company cookouts monthly, work at ur own pace, breaks when u want
various workloads, long days of strenuous activity, constant moving