FedEx cég munkavállalói értékelései a Package Handler állásra itt: Kernersville, NC
Package Handler34 értékelés
Kernersville, NC34 értékelés
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When I was at FedEx the work wasn't necessarily hard, it was just stressful. The pay was good and was weekly, just the conditions of working were poor. My manager didn't want to help me out by placing me where i strived best.
No breaks and sometimes did unneccasary overtime
A Typical day on peck season was hard work, a lot of moving around, fast paced and just stressful but a normal day was slow and varied hours. The hardest part is just keeping up with your load rate. I do know most of the other jobs besides package handling like Unloading, heaving lifting ICs, Upstairs Jobs(Facer), Scanning in QAT, and Belt Picker.
Great Hours, You Can Work Extra Shifts, Great Benefits, and Job Diversity
Short Breaks, Very Tiring, Always Sore and Bad Management
Work here is fast paced and can be a little dirty but it won't kill you, management is always there to lend a hand, there are so many opportunities for advancement and the benefits are awesome this is a career making job
Cares about its employees
It's a little hot
Loved coming in at nights and working out for a few hours loading trucks. I enjoyed my time here and made some good friends. Management was very respectful here unlike most places.
No drama from management or supervisors
Some heavy lifting
It give you a challenging experience to work hard. To learn new skills. The ability to do over time. Are just work one shift and go home. It give you the opportunity to move up in the company.
Overtime, graduate pay rate
I just started working here its been about 2 weeks going on 3 at what time on Friday do the direct deposit usually go in? Its Friday 3am eastern time . I kind of forgot if I even put in any account info in during my hiring process can anyone else help me out here ??? Thank you.
Good hours good pay
Some managers are really disrespectful
The job is just as simple as it sounds. You will be taking packages from a chute and placing them in a truck trailer as quickly and orderly as you can. There is a a bit to be learned about performing this in a more efficient manner but if you are dedicated then it can be done within a few days. The only major concern you will have is maintaining a satisfactory pace early on, wearing the proper protection and getting used to the occasionally uncomfortable temperatures. The interaction with your co-workers is usually spars after your first introductory week, as you primarily work by yourself within a trailer, but during your first few days a senior employee will help you get adjusted to your work fairly often. Despite this the workplace culture could be described as a friendly competition. While you are all on a team within your section, numbers are recorded both individually and as a group. Everyone can see who is working the hardest. However; this can lead to the most difficult part as strong workers in the more favorable will likely be picking up the slack for newcomers. The most enjoyable part is the feeling of accomplishment when you consistently make the top of the board.
Well stocked vending machines with cold drinks, dedication and good work is quickly noticed
Gloves required or you will get hurt, the trailers have no air conditioning.
Working with FedEx at first was hard, but when you give it a try for a week you sort of have a rhythm on how things work there. I have learn a lot working with the company of FedEx. For example, I have learn how to really pick up the pace in a fast environment, how to work a scanner, and also learn how to properly get in and out of a tractor trailer. The managers and co-workers were great to deal with, because it was like you had a second home and everyone was so friendly.
The pay is way too low for how physically demanding the job is. Management took it easy on their friends and pushed others as hard as they could. If you try to apply everything to teach you in training they get on to you about speed. Speed is the ONLY thing that matters. You can throw boxes, stand on boxes, do whatever as long as you do it quickly. They say you get benefits and vacation but you have to put in 1,100 hours of work before you can (which takes over a year working less than 3 hours a day)
Working at FedEx has been a very good experience for the most part. I work for FedExs' local department. I load up 2 or 3 vans a day, somewhere along the lines of 700 to 1,000 packages a day. The hardest part about working here is the time. I work 3rd shift, so getting out of the bed is tough.
Spacious environment where workers can move freely around without obstruction. For any business to succeed there should be a team work. I am a team player, and my contributions are always beneficial to members of the team. I respect every worker in the organization no matter the status. Everyone is important in the business set up that is the reason why person has been hired to perform a specific duties or schedules. The hardest part of the job is when there were no logistics to work with though temporal or when 1st and 2nd batches of nurses were not paid on time after they were hired for months. When the 3rd Batches of Nurses were paid on time, it served as motivation to put in their best performance, and this was translated into high productivity to the agency. This served as the most enjoyable part of the job.
Sponsored further education, free launch, car maintenance allowance
short breaks, limited vacation days
It's a paycheck but they work you like a dog for scraps they're are 4 sorts day, twilight, midnight, and sunrise. You won't really feel part of the fedex team unless you are a manager or some type of admin. security checks a needful but tiresome
You won't have a good work life balance.