FedEx Office
2.8 of 5 595 reviews
www.fedexoffice.com Dallas, TX 5000+ Employees

FedEx Office Reviews

Updated Jul 7, 2014
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2.8 595 reviews

                             

47% Approve of the CEO

FedEx Office President and CEO Brian D. Philips

Brian D. Philips

(367 ratings)

41% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    Very good.

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsMedical benefits, good leader ship, management has an open door policy to solve any problems. After being unemployed for a long time, FedEx hired and trained me to do my job well.

    ConsHard work in carrying heavy packages. In all my time working with FedEx I have only experience one supervisor who was a poor manager who had a eye for the female workers. And he didn't last long.

    Advice to Senior ManagementKeep up the good work, but do some improvements in clearing up the place.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Saint Paul, MN

    ProsStrong company, lots of training. There is a good structure and many resources for employees. There are opportunities to move up if you want to follow the path of store management,

    ConsIt is always busy. There are always balls to keep in the air. The money is better than most places but still so so for the amount of work that you do. Benefits are good through.

    Advice to Senior ManagementHire more people, increase the hourly pay so that better people can be hired. Store trying to be everything to every customer

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Fantastic company with strong benefits

    Senior Center Manager (Current Employee)
    San Jose, CA

    ProsFedEx has a People Service and Profit culture where all three are important but you lead your focus on the people. The company and many strong benefits like 401k, dependent care and health savings accounts, vacation, sick time, floating holidays, discounts on shipping and cell services. The health care is better than most though not stellar. The company sets clear expectations and gives you the tools you need to achieve results.

    ConsHealth Care coverage could be better and some less frequent shifting of strategic focus. Often times the team is unable to master something because the focus keeps changing.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Great place to cultivate professional skills.

    Center Lead Consultant (Former Employee)
    San Diego, CA

    ProsCultivating great professional skills such as time management, multi-tasking, leadership, computer skills (some Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat and InDesign), customer service, professionalism.

    ConsWork / Life balance is tricky at times when you work at a busy center. I worked at about 5 stores over a combined total of 8 years and I noticed at the busier centers they were always needing help and asking people to work overtime. On the other hand if you work at a slower center you still cultivate great skills get paid the same and have a less hectic workday. Make sure to visit the center you are thinking of working at before you decide to work there.

    Advice to Senior ManagementI would recommend trying to find a way to allow those with skills to use them! And I'm not talking just about Graphic Design abilities (FedEx Office outsources all of it's design work), I mean that I felt that the large majority of employees had talents, skills and abilities far greater than they were even allowed to use! This really doesn't make sense when you look at an average day in the life of a FedEx Office employee and see how busy and demanding it can be! So there is a huge demand on one hand and a huge untapped potential in the other hand -- obviously there is a disconnect there! I feel that management is trying to make everything too "easy" and by trying to create systems and rules for everything they don't allow people to express their own creativity. When people are not allowed the chance to express their own creativity they become disengaged and go through the motions.

    Do I still believe this is a great company to work for? Yes, I do. I feel that I gained priceless skills and experience while there and would definitely recommend FedEx Office to a friend (and have!).

    I think this company will continue to grow and evolve and I would recommend any job seekers to try this business out if they feel like it suits them, just don't plan on making it your career.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Its the best of times and the worst of times.

    Lead Center Consultant (Current Employee)
    Cincinnati, OH

    ProsIt all boils down to management, if you get a good manger, who supports and cares about what you do , this is an amazing place to work, but if you get a bad one, its high stress, and your completely unsupported, they do help pay for school even if its only a bit, and the training programs if you take advantage of them are really good.

    ConsThey dont pay there employees nearly enough for how much work you have to do, making copies is not rocket science its true, but also we use a ton of vendors and programs in order to meet all our customers needs, the amount of retained knowledge you need to have an educated conversation, with a bigger client is extraordinary and there is more and more pressure to learn each new thing has fedex rolls out it new print products.

    Advice to Senior ManagementI think you should consider looking at investing your team members more into the sales of the company, well its nice and good to teach them the focus of printing this, or shipping that, because its more profitable for the company, to not reward them more then the couple bucks they get for the program, is not really investing them in the outcome past that month or months of the program, every other position in the company besides the base CC and LC gets quarterly bonuses based on there performance, even the closed production facility's, why should the grunt team members pulling alot of the work be any different?

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    On the job training on a daily basis.

    Cash Analyst/Customer Service Specialist (Former Employee)
    Honolulu, HI

    ProsLots of opportunities to take advantage of to advance within the company.

    ConsAn employee would need to relocate to another state to be able to be considered for the next promotion level.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    FXO is a great company to work for. They appreciate their employees more than most corporations and offer growth within.

    Lead Consultant (Current Employee)
    Dearborn, MI

    ProsBest reason to work for FedEx Office would be some of the perks we are offered, even though there are limitations. We are offered many discounts not only within the company, but also outside with other vendors. There is also a lot of room for growth with the company and they encourage employees to learn and grow. Competitive pay, great training, and great benefits, including a 401K.

    ConsBiggest con is the fact that we are simply FedEx Office. It is like the red-headed step child of the FedEx Corporation, and it is treated that way. The position also includes a lot of selling, which is a con for me personally. There is also the shadow of Kinko's. Kinko's did do more for the employee than FedEx Office does.

    Advice to Senior ManagementFedEx Office is actually pretty great at compensation and time-off policies. However, this could just be a district/center thing. I have a great Center Manager and am very happy with her performance.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    It has had its ups and downs, but is a good place to work overall.

    Assistant Manager (Current Employee)
    Oklahoma City, OK

    ProsDecent pay, depending on your location the management and work environment can be really laid back and the job itself is fun.

    ConsThe biggest con is oppressive management in some areas and the typical retail complaint of terrible customers.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Easiest Job ever if you have computer and can manage your own work.

    Production Operator (Current Employee)
    Orlando, FL

    ProsNo sales involved. I work at the Distro center. Only work with about 4 people at a time.

    ConsThe pay will get you by for a while. Not for long. Rarely get overtime.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    A corporate culture belied by the opportunity to help the public

    Center Specialist (Former Employee)
    Rochester, NY

    ProsThere are many good things about working for FedEx Office, such as the investment the company seems to make in their employees from day one, which (more often than not) leads to a great work environment at the store level. Benefits are fantastic (I had surgery for $80 - in AMERICA) and the work is fun and engaging.

    ConsEverything done above the store level gets filtered through thousands of man-hours of corporate tweaking, so that when it finally trickles down to the employees on the ground it's thick with the gunge of a hundred managers trying to justify their existences.

    Advice to Senior ManagementGreater autonomy would increase morale, and quality. What plays in Fort Worth doesn't always play in Peoria.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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