Job Stability and Good Pay, but management sometimes clueless
In my 17 years with FedEx I had approx. 15 different center managers. The turnover in management is directly related to the stress put on them. Not to mention, they hire inexperienced, but college educated individuals who are clueless when it comes to the freight industry. They become overwhelmed and eventually leave or are asked to leave. The few great managers I had there got burned out and left. More promotion from within would be great, but there's little incentive for drivers to go into management because the drivers make more (on a per hour basis) than most managers and don't have the stress or responsibilities of management. Also, if you're really good at your job and productive..... expect management to put more workload on you while the "slackers" are allowed to continually slack away for the same amount of pay. That is the true culture and is what I experienced over and over and over again for 17 years.
Pay and Benefits
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