The typical day at Fed EX consisted of you have to resort your entire truck because they could not keep good sorters due to pay.
I learned that to be "successful" at Fed EX you need to succumb to being a corporate drone.
Management is on you constantly for other people's mistakes so you don't do it.
Hardest part of the job is trying to ensure timely delivery of packages that weren't even loaded in your truck in the first place.
Meeting strangers and the daily customers was the best part of the job.
Moved and packed packages. I learned how to effectively weight lift and organize packages. There were managers that helped tell me what to do. A friendly company. The hardest part of the job is lifting 100+ pound packages. The most enjoyable part is helping the company.
Everyone is welcoming and always helps each other when the work becomes too overwhelming. Communication is key and I believe this place allowed everyone to use this skill for their advantage in the work field.
I liked some of the people there but it seems like either you have to kiss a** or know someone to advance there. It wasn't based on your performance. Some of the hardest workers remained in the trailers and the only thing you receive for employee of the month is a parking spot up front and a water bottle. The labor is really hard on your body.
Lots of hard work loading & unloading trucks
not all workers share the same work ethic
managers play favorites between workers
& hard workers get worked harder instead of making everyone carry
their own weight ...fedex is very cut throat but if you're a hard worker & goal oriented you can save up to accomplish them
the work was very easy the mangers where cool the only time i would get full time hours was during the hoilday season i learn a lot of new skills just that never got the chance to be a full time worker
Fed Ex was a fast placed environment and I enjoyed working there, The managers and employees made it a good place to work with their positive attitudes and friendly smiles.I would recommend my friends and family to work for this company. It is a good place of employment for college students because of the different shifts they have.
A typical day at work would be, packing and unpacking trucks for two to three hours a day. I learned that even in a part time job you still want to work hard and do you best while you are there no matter how many hours you work.The management was not that friendly but was willing to talk to you if you had a problem. The culture was diverse. The hardest part of the job was leaving after only two hours. The most enjoyable was while you where working.