FedEx-alkalmazotti értékelés itt: Pittsburgh, PA
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Used to be an awesome place to work, now all they want do is cut your hours and put more work on you at the same time. Upper management is the problem, our managers are hard workers and try to accommodate you but upper management doesn’t care about the people here, they only go by what they see on a computer and not feedback from its employees
Great opportunity to work with many different departments located within the building. Facility is kept in great shape with a gym, cafeteria, plenty of parking, and modern conference rooms.
Great facility, flexible hours, understanding managment
15 miles from the city of Pittsburgh
For the most part a great place to work. Management is friendly and helpful. They are very understanding of your personal life needs. The pay is very good for what you do. Time off if you truly need it. Room for advancement to higher positions.
Centralized area, close to home
Some equipment down at times. Weather can be hard to deal with
Two different categories of driver. Ground and home delivery. Ground is mostly to businesses and home is more residential. Company vehicles are used. Home drivers can take vehicle home after last delivery. Ground drivers must return vehicle to warehouse to be loaded by FedEx employees for the next day. Home drivers load their own vehicles the morning of delivery.
Fuel card furnished
Some heavy lifting is required
This is a great company. The job training is lacking though, which makes the first six months unnecessarily stressful. However, there is a lot of opportunity to advance, especially if you are willing to relocate.
A lot of opportunity if you can relocate
Quality of company employment depends on role fulfilled. Most business decisions are far-sighted, though not every department reflects this ethos. Work life balance can be hindered by operational needs, with the Bottom Line sometimes dictating more office culture than is healthy for employee retention.
Convenient office location, cheap insurance premium
401k match is weak, healthcare is high-deductible, some departments and teams seem to be professional black holes.
Do not apply to FedEx if you do not want to work hard! Most everyone must start as a package handler and climb up the corporate ladder but there are times those are hired at higher positions. The turnover for package handlers seems very high. Many won't last a week and some don't get through the first day. It's not rocket science but its fast paced and you must lift/move boxes quickly. Some weigh up to 200lbs although most are 10 - 20lbs or less. Another factor for the turnover is since it's the goal to move up the best PHs are usually promoted. Your line work environment can depend heavily on your manager and there are some really terrible ones but there are great ones as well... If you are stuck with a bad one keep your head down and do your job. They can rotate often and you're basically left to do your own thing after being there for a while. Another factor for work environment is where and how big the facility you work at is. Bigger facilities seems to be much better to work at and have a greater opportunity for advancement. Hours are not the normal 9-5. There are Pre shifts: 4 - 8am, Outbound shifts: 5 - 9PM and OTP shifts: 11pm- 3am. These hours are not set - for example the outbound shift usually gets a lot more hours and could start much earlier. The shifts starting after midnight usually get 1$ more per hour. Advancement can be hard at first and they would like you to be a package handler for at least 1 year but I've seen many get promoted very quickly. After you get your foot in the door and are a hard working good employee it becomes much easier. The benifits - több...
Healthcare, Advancement opportunities, Co-workers
Climate conditions, Can be stressful
All around a decent place to work. The culture has been sucked down in the tubes the last 5 years with focus solely on numbers and not enough on customers/employees.
Free coffee and safety cookouts.
Young inexperienced management not willing to take advice. High cost for benefits.
Turning into a corporate call center. Used to be free to handle territory in a more responsible way. Co workers are genuine and an abundance of good knowledge.
Good Pay, and turn off work at end of day.
Turning to call center, managers are sheep.
Opportunity to manage your account list and weekly schedule to balance work/life...calling on c-level executives to shipping managers which offers a broad sales chain connection with each account....many changing solutions and offerings to help add value to your customers businesses.
entertainments, concerts, professional sporting events
Typical work day consisted of inside sales a set goal of customer contacts per day. Building rapport with current accounts and new accounts learning their business needs and wants. Selling in a consultative sales setting. I learned so much personally and professionally in sales, leadership, consultative sales, pricing and meeting the customers needs and wants. The hardest part of the would be meeting and exceeding quarterly sales goals to earn commission. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to know your customers and truly feeling like a part of their business and they know they can rely on their account manager.
growth, training, sales skills, work life balance