Take boxes off conveyor and stack them up on creates .my most enjoyment of my job was just being able to work there .The hardest part was having to leave after i was fired for a misunderstanding on some paperwork.
Working on outbound, we always tend to be done with shift around 8 or 9, so my schedule hardly ever has to compensate for it. The downside is that it was only part time, which is the only reason I would leave.
In texarkana u do not work for fed ex. You work for a contractor. The pay 50 a day will training for ever how long they want. No benefits nothing but a check. People are cool but what a waist.if u drive u finally get more not a whole more though. No overtime pay either. What a joke.no g.p.s no airconditioning in vehicles seat belts don't work either. Needs to be inspected.
No overtime no lunch no benefits. Poor vehicles what a joke. Not even working for fed ex.
I valued my experience with Fedex because it provided me with a perfect balance of independence and professional standards to uphold. I strengthened my interpersonal skills as well as my abilities to operate successfully in a stressful environment. Management was always committed to providing assistance in anyway possible. Everyone looked out for each other to ensure the task at hand was successfully completed.