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Production Operator - S&G

FedEx Office Glendale Heights, IL

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Production Operator - S&G – new

FedEx Office Charlestown, MA

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18 days ago

Production Operator - S&G

FedEx Office Commerce, CA

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13 days ago

Production Operator - S&G

FedEx Office Minneapolis, MN

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6 days ago

Production Operator - S&G

FedEx Office Austin, TX

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19 days ago

Production Operator - S&G

FedEx Office Memphis, TN

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    Center PUD Courier (Driver)

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    Former Employee - Center PUD Courier
    Former Employee - Center PUD Courier

    I worked at FedEx Office full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Great family of co-workers, everyone depends on each other and gets everything accomplished that needs to be done as a team. Driving isn't non-stop and can give you plenty of time to still be in the stores assisting other employees and customers.

    Cons

    A rather large disconnect between store employees and upper corporate management. I know it's standard for this to be the case, but it really feels like corporate has entirely different goals and aspirations of the company that more times than not are completely different than what's actually needed to succeed on a store level. The corporate side people-wise is great, but their focus always seems a bit "off".

    Driving is great, customers always enjoy seeing you, and you're usually delivering to repeat professionals. (not delivering packages to houses)

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