My days at Fedex are only 4 - 4.5 hours long. However, it is non-stop work, you must be hard working at this job in order to get everything done on time. I've learned to do things in new ways based on the situation, and changing up my tactics to do things in a better way. There were good, but also not so good managers, at some points in didn't seem like they knew what they were doing. The hardest part of doing the job is trying to accomplish the job with the incorrect amount of people. Doing a 4-5 man job is very difficult for only two people, but my friend and I have done it anyway each day. The only reasons we could are because we both work constantly, both fast and hard, we do things like split the loads between each other, and also help each other out. The most enjoyable part of the job was whenever you were done, you had the entire rest of the day to do whatever it is that you want.
The time is perfect, free water, large fans on the ceiling helping circulate the air, and a vending machine?
Not enough employees, too low of pay for as demanding as the job is, no breaks, communication is very little