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OverallMy experience working at FedEx was decent. Some items you go out with to deliver are unrealistically large/heavy for one individual to handle themselves but the pay is ok. Usually $125-150 per day. Although, that's the catch. Divide pay by actual hrs worked and you'll most likely be back on indeed sooner rather than later. But...unfortunately, thats the case with most (though not all) package delivery positions.
Been working for contractors since 2009. So much has changed but the rates of pay are the same since 2009. Contractors really cant afford to pay drivers much more then 750.00 a week, most without benefits and paid days off, etc. holidays, sick days, and vacations. I learned that the business model for FedEx always wanted to take the burden off of the company by working with contractors to deliver for Ground. To bad so sad.
No one breathing down your neck.
No real pay structure.
Worked with energetic ,efficient productive minded people. Customer service and efficiency was at the top of the list. Thinking for yourself and being self driven are pluses
Figuring out the best course to take during the day
Garbage company. They treat drivers like trash. Trucks are all falling apart. As a delivery driver you will be working for a third party contractor. They do not care about you or your saftey. Revolving door of employees. Training provided is not nearly long enough. Steer clear of this place if you value your time.
Package handlers do not check their work, and are never diciplined for costing the company money often leading to misloaded packages and added stress
One or two mess ups per week is understandable but to have package handlers constantly misloading packages every day gets to be tiring. The company themselves (I was contracted), loaded an extra day onto the route drivers starting in 2019 without asking a soul. Many people walked when they saw how little FedEx cared about them or their personal lives. I stayed for as long as I could but something seems fishy with the company as of late... like they are losing money and forcing drivers to take amounts of deliveries that could potentially put a mark on you in DOT hours in a given week. OSHA regulations are also often overlooked at the terminals because of high demand of parcel moving in any given day. people would often trip, slip, or fall because FedEx would unload several trailers and there literally wouldn't be enough space to walk on the walkways by the conveyor belt. The actual company also had a bad habit of loading broken items on my truck without inspection, leading me to take the blame if they could spin it that way.
Working by myself, great pay
randomly long hours, incompetence of handlers and terminal managers, Company forcing an extra day on drivers to meet greedy demands.
My day would start with me routing and loading my truck in a organized order based on what stops I would begin with, while factoring in my appointment stops and businesses that may have time restrictions.
I had a great boss
Wasn't hourly pay, i was paid by day and no benefits or sick or vacation time was giving.
make you work until your route is complete. could be 7 hours, could be 12 hours. no overtime. pay is basically a daily salary no matter what they tell you. only advancement you can get is if you go from a home route to a business route.