FedEx-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Mira Loma, CA
Mira Loma, CA20 értékelés
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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
Great company to work for even though you will start off part time. May take a few years to become full time on the dock only downside. Once you’re foot is in though , only company I know who gives part time employees full benefits. Starting pay is around $17.51 (FedEx Freight)!..after a year will be topped out around $20.26. All about who you know and who’s your friend at this place.
It was a great job to be able to work at part time but when it came time to being hired for full time. It took way too long for me to wait any longer. I was looking to grow within but I had to go look for the opportunity else where to support my family.
It was a fast paced job that was very rewarding. Everyone is very kind and willing to lend a helping hand. Management gets along well with their workers and are very respectable.
friendly work environment
Busy from the time you hit the dock. Hours/schedule tends to get changed a lot, weekly in cases. Did not do good for home life with changing so frequently. Opportunity for growth if an individual applied themselves.
Not too far a commute
Constant shift/schedule changes
when i arrive to work, we have a pre-shift meeting. usually on safety and whatever needs improvement on the dock. after pre-shift it is straight to work. I get about 3 breakouts a day depending on the speed of things. almost all of the work is done on a forklift, except for when securing freight or recouping fallen pallets. the environment is great and i couldnt ask for a better job.
no open full time positions
FedEx purchased Watkins motor lines, everyone was promised a job. FedEx National LTL operated for 4 years the was merged into FedEx freight. I was locked into the Mira Loma terminal. FedEx is constantly making changes. This terminal once needed over 150 drivers, now it only has 20 runs that are over 300 miles a day. The rest, 30+, are shuttle drivers and bid on runs as short as 5 miles. All road rivers are paid by the mile. They may be allowed to work on the dock for hourly pay if available. For this terminal, once the largest, there is no future for most road drivers. There have been only a few chances for transfers to other close by terminals
Good pay and benifits. Great people all around
No future at this time at this teminal
Get your paperwork and door, verify trailer number and seal circle and initial. Scan badge enter trailer number open trailer . strip trailer by match bills to pallets ensure no damage to pallet if so enter in computer then scan pallet out move it to given door an scan pallet into trailer load freight might have to build deck an secure to wall . when done return paperwork to strip desk . get another trailer an repeat processi have lead how to load hazmat freight
take along time to become permanent employee
The staff from the managers to employees were a great help when I first started on training me and getting me settled in. Within the first month I was moving at a steady speed and on top of my numbers. Everyone worked as a team and therefore we were all able to be productive. Everyone got their own manifest at the beginning of the shift and that would tell them what trailer they would be working out of. You would unload the freight then deliver to door assigned to, sometimes you would have to set up beams & boards to fit freight properly. When you were done you would lock up your trailer and turn in your manifest for a new manifest.
not enough work
I inspect the freight for any damage as Im unloading my work trailer. I make any damage claims OSND computer sysytem. I secure and protect my shipments with rope/straps to secure them from shifting movment while being delivered. I maintain consistancy to hit corporate goals of productivity.
your working for a well known worldwide company
I drove a Sit down forklift and loaded and unloaded trailers in both shipping and receiving depts. the hardest part was this was a grave yard shift position (11pm to 8am).
the pay was good and driving a lift was great.
grave yard shift
A typical day at FedEx is well worth the work. The atmosphere while working is that of team effort. The hardest part of the job is working to closing shift because of the cleaning and reassembling of everything, but I don't mind it at all.
team work, great atmosphere
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