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good workplace and lots of hours available for work, management is very flexible and the company respects you as a worker and doesn't typically over work you
lower salary for first 5 years
FedEx is a good company, but people have been working there for many years and they do not care about their future inside the company so they do not try to get their skills better and do not try to improve the company results. In general, the management wants to put the packages on the belt.
Easiest warehouse to work at, management is great and scheduling is very flex able. Discounts r great and co workers r fun as well. Short hours sometimes but when peak comes there is a lot of extra pay being handed out!
Shift time, pay, benefits, job security
Sometimes u get short hours not much overtime
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FedEx was a cool place to work. Made some great friends while I was there. The management cares and is down to earth. The ceo will sit with you and talk to you. There is no higharchy for the most part. They try and value their employees. It’s a very hard job and very rare for people to stay long term.
Used to be a good company but the push for greater returns by the owners specifically the Board of Directors has put a lot of stress on management and the workforce. The introduction of productivity measures, one after the other, has dampened the heretofore great enthusiasm and pride of the workforce in the company. The PSP philosophy(People, Service, Profit) has been upended. It is now Profit first before People. Sad reality but that is how great companies decline.
the day start with a meeting for the day. unload and load trailers and bring the merchandise to the right trailer and minimize the mistake. Managers very cooperatives and open to new idea, co-workers very team minded. Challenging to load the trailer with many different boxes and shapes, fast and well done without damaging the boxes.
Excellent benefits. Good working culture. Supportive management and supervisors. At par salary. Have rooms to expand careers to different vertical levels.
Handling heavy boxes.
You are assigned to a positions in the warehouse. Load containers with cargo that is gonna be shipped out. chat with your co workers. Management and supervisors are nice and professional. Hardest part is getting overwhelmed with high quantity of cargo but you always receive help from teammates when they can help you. I enjoy every aspect of the job.
A typical day involves loading containers with freight by way of hand for regular size freight and forklift for oversize heavyweight freight. Also loading of aircrafts ( 757, airbus 300 our 310) and departing the aircrafts on time ( no delays). We have an awesome management team that really appreciate our hard work and dedication to the job. Great team of co-workers that work hard together and communicate to each other to perform our job safely. The hardest part about my job is simple not getting more hours in our work day. I wish we were able to have a full day of work. I love coming to work and working together as a team to get our job done safely. I also enjoy the use of the equipment and just being at yvr in that envirment.
really great medical plan
hours not long enough
If you are willing, physically fit, and when I say fit you really gotta be fit, would to earn a few extra dollars, than this is a good place to work. Work is part-time five days a week, average 20-25 hrs/week. Shifts starts from 4pm-8:30pm on most days and I think there is a morning shift as well but I'm not sure. Really physically demanding if you work as an unloader which is probably your best bet if your a new person there. They will show you proper techniques to life heavy boxes, sometimes these packages weighed over 100 lbs and you better have the strength to pick it up and throw it on the conveyer. Yah you should ask a buddy to help but most of us guys didn't. If you weigh 200lbs you probably weigh 100 after a year work there if you don't eat right. Very physical, very tiring, not for the faint of heart.
fits into shedule
too physically demanding