You are constantly moving at a fast Pace . There are maps for you to mark where you’re going to be delivering. You have to be self motivated to push yourself to keep your great pace. You need to be able to carry heavy iteams as well.
It was the most amazing experience I’ve ever had. Managers were so nice and helpful with everything. Supervisors were the most kind people. Good coworkers. Perfect environment to work with. I just love working over there.
Work was great up until our manager retired. I would load and offload aircraft from 11PM to 4AM. The hardest part of the job was getting use to new management who had no idea what he was doing. Most of the people on our team were older men who had been there for years and taught me how to work not only smarter but also faster than all other teams on the ramp. The most enjoyable part of the job for me was being the smallest girl with less experience and having the manager tell me that he wanted me to be in charge of one of his planes.
Fed Ex does not care about its employees unless they are in danger of dying. The managers lie about advancement opportunities when the truth is that it takes 5+ years just to advance to each step and then you have to be friends with upper management (not a hard/competent worker) to be considered. I would never recommend anyone to work there.
This job requires a lot of physical labor but if balance right it is manageable. learnt the ins and out of a commercial shipper in the US. worked at many different stations throughout the sort facility.
Fast shift at work; quite fluid situation; one moment individual is on conveyer belt helping keep belt moving smoothly and next moment he is moving boxes to doors and scanning them. LOUD; not conducive for peoples with autism or Aspergers disorder
its ok, not the best place to work. if you need to make some easy money then its just right for that. some of the hours are ridiculous, if you don't have a family then its cool.not much room for advancement but you get annual raise regardless