Fed Ex is a place you can grow and advance fairly quickly! The people I have worked with have been fun and work together as a team! It is very fast paced and we must work together to get the drivers out in a timely manner! There are always new things to learn and changes come all the time. Fed Ex is ever growing with the changes in the culture, keeping up with and excelling with their competition. Our managment team is very helpful and work with us to make sure we succeed in all that we do. For me the hardest part of the job is dealing with some of the customers, who can be difficult at times! I need to keep them happy and still go by the rules set by the contracts our drivers work under. The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to work with the people I do, having the freedom to enjoy my job (which I do) and after the sort is over I can work at my own pace to get things done.
During my tenure at FedEx, i wore many hats and interacted with various department during my time of service. I enjoyed every role within the firm and received various awards for leadership and performance.
Began as a 'package specialist' and found the work to be very physically demanding at a low pay, which taught me the value of hard work and my the desire to appreciate less demanding fields. Transitioned into Quality Assurance and supervisor which lasted a short time as I found other means of employment.
Not too many benefits for such a big company, no bonuses no Christmas parties, the pay isn't that great but they keep adding to your job description, management is Ok some are too close with their employees so it seems that those are the ones that get promoted.
Fed-Ex is hard work! It pays off but, if you are not physically able to move quickly for 4 straight hours it will be difficult to keep up. Fed-Ex is primarily focused on production rather than employees satisfaction.
Fed Ex is a fast paced job, No two days are the same. Business picks up around Christmas and slows down during the summer. Usually working on an assembly line or truck. Heavy lifting at a fast pace. Fed Ex building does not have air condition or heat or in between weathers may be difficult for some to adapt.
short hours, not much room for advancement, works you like a slave
QA Analyst • Gathered specifications and requirements to develop Test Plans and to create Test Cases using Quality Center. • Upgraded automation test ware from mercury suite version 10 to 11 including HP-QC ALM, UFT 11.5. • Participated in the detailed requirements discussions with SME and coordinating with business users and technical team and track the development, testing and deployment status of each requirement. • Involved in executing all Selenium test scripts on the different browsers and checked for compatibility.
FedEx its a contact center of one of the major couriers company in US and worldwide. Is a fast paced work with daily task and commitment for the client. As a friendly environment, they work under the policie of "management open door" therefor they were easy to approach.