I loved this job because I love a fast pace and I'm very organized so I figured out the best plan of action. I had great customers that liked me and appreciated my good work habit's and professionalism . I don't like the managers lack of personal touch or the fact that they don't know how to make things work. They also frequently overload you and then get mad when you don't make service. That's just bad management skills. They did give me the days off that I requested and at least pretended to care about me.The supplies were usual hard to find and the don't properly train the drivers of the right business skills to increase customer appreciation. They occasionally have cook outs which is great for employee moral. The manager frequently asked me how I was doing.
This a pyshical job. Fast pace. I have seen people come and gone. You have to look at the job has a customer. We order and we to deliver. It's a easy job but it can be rough some days. Especially during the holiday season.
B&B Logistics in Mississippi is the contractor for fedex ground that I worked for. Terrible. Long hours for no additional pay, no benefits, paper checks with no direct deposit, damaged unsafe trucks, and if you leave or get fired good luck getting all your pay. They'll just come up with some fake thing to charge you for.
I’ve been with the company for 10 yrs now. It’s a great place to work and management is awesome (if you’re a person who values the opportunity that’s has been given to you). Benefits are great as well as the income. Currently, I’m making $115,000 a year on a 650 miles run a day.
Fedex is all about the numbers, you are a number, not a person. They do not care as long as the freight is moved. Bad weather? well, you better show up and try to drive your set of doubles 200+ miles on ice covered roads. Not showing up and trying to get your truck stuck in the ditch can get you wrote up.
Very poor pay, doesn’t change in holiday season when 30% more stops are added and weather is bad, NO benefits. This is not a job that anyone who is worth it will work for any real amount of time. Neither corporate nor the contractors care about real innovation or improvement for the workers
I love the physical part of the job great exercise and the challenges weather traffic etc. The money with no benefits didnt match the job. I love the driving and being independent. I learned alot and met good people. I would love to drive again as long as the pay benefits match the job and chance of advancement
Contractors at this location pay bare minimum for drivers. If you have a family you have to provide for it is not work it. If you have an issue it will not be resolved. All of your business is talked about by management and other employees. It's sad and it was an awful experience. I have nothing nice to say about them.
Fed Ex wasn’t as big a problem as the sub contractor that ran for them, worst contractor in the whole depot. They lied and stole money from you. They were always setting people they wanted gone up to fail. The people were always the higher paid,
Depending on the manager at the location it can be ok. Average transportation company.alot of politics and favoritism. Not alot of diversity 80% Hispanic, 15% Caucasian, 4% Black,1% other. Can make good money and get alot of hours. Stay under the radar. Alot of haters
This job I loved. The only problem I ever had is that, you're a 1099 contractor. There's no benefits and sometimes there's heavy workloads and no organization. I started as a temp years ago and became a contractor working under a 1099. Sometimes you can find yourself feeling like you're not part of the company.with all said I loved what I did and we'll still consider doing it again.
Or about making money don’t care the the Staff I was they for 15 years didn’t even get thanks went I left.i I work Saturday for them I done I off overtime for them no thanks or you are a number to them.stay away Trying to get big to Quick.and the Tnt Drivers are on more money and the Fedex Drivers doing the same job