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14 hrs ago

Center Assistant Manager – new

FedEx Office Portland, OR +2 locations

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14 days ago

Center Lead Consultant

FedEx Office Portland, OR

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30+ days ago

Retail Customer Service Associate

FedEx Office Portland, OR +7 locations

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    Asks too much from too few workers

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Portland, OR
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Portland, OR

    I have been working at FedEx Office full-time (more than 8 years)


    Awesome people to work with. I've been around for 8+ years and worked with almost all the stores in the Portland area. Good co workers will make your job bearable and enjoyable. Fairly easy to get promoted if you show the initiative however the actual opportunities will dead end after you get a center management position, unless you really get lucky and land a regional position. Tuition reimbursement is amazing if you're going to school for a degree, as they'll pay up to $1500/yr for undergrad courses and $2500/yr for grad courses.


    Tons of stress, this job can turn some people into habitual smokers. Corporate office is more focused on selling items that no one really wants to buy, at a print shop of all places, and forces those metrics onto all it's employees, giving anyone who doesn't sell a certain amount per day a write up. Stores are chronically understaffed because they try to save as much money as possible, rather than understanding that you cant have two employees running a store when it's the shipping rush hour, and you have people who need copies done, faxes sent and 10 different packages shipped, all in the course of 5 minutes.

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    Higher level management needs to understand that if you want results, you need to have the staffing to provide the results, rather than expecting 1000 different things out of two people working 8 hours straight the whole day.

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