FedEx Ground is a leading small package pickup and delivery company serving business and residential customers in the United States and Canada. On average, FedEx Ground and its 53,000 employees help move 4.5 million packages daily through more than 525 facilities. FedEx Ground also contracts with nearly 8,400 businesses that collectively operate more than 35,000 vehicles for the pickup, delivery and transportation of these packages across the United States and Canada.
FedEx is widely acknowledged as a world-class company. We are honored and proud to be consistently recognized as a great place to work, a technology innovator and one of the world's most admired and respected companies.
Some of our recent awards include:
- FORTUNE “World’s Most Admired Companies” – 2014
- FORTUNE “100 Best Companies to Work for in America” – 2013
- Reputation Institute "World's Most Reputable Companies" – 2013
- Corporate Responsibility Magazine "100 Best Corporate Citizens" – 2013
- Great Place to Work Institute: “World’s Best Multinational Workplaces” – 2013
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I have been working at FedEx Ground part-time (more than a year)Pros
The company offers many benefits after 12 months of working as a part-time employee (insurance, etc.). You are paid a decent wage. The company starts you off at $10/hr, and after every 4 months or so there is a 25 cent raise, for the first 2-3 years.
You will get a LOT of exercise at this job. There is zero down-time for the 3 hours or so that the sort is being conducted, so expect to work hard every day.
There are no easy days working at FedEx, but if you are a hard worker, then this is something that you may come to enjoy once you are acclimated to the work environment.Cons
The work environment is very tough. In the heat summer and cold of winter, loading and unloading trucks or trailers can be very demanding. Expect to be sore and exhausted by the end of each week of work, because there is no time for rest while working during the sort. I usually get about 3 hours each day. If you are looking for a small side job that can help pay for some bills, then you can make this work, but don't expect to get any more than 12-15 hours or so (depending on location).
To be a good package handler you need to be in pretty good shape, or willing to push yourself for the first few weeks until you are able to keep up with the other people who have been working there for a long time. The job requires constant lifting and moving back a forth within trucks and trailers, while scanning every package with a scanner that is strapped to your arm and index finger.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Most people would like more hours. I would like to see more job opportunities.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at FedEx Ground.Interview Details
Applied online, they called and set up in-person interview. I went in for it, and it was behavioral, meaning "____ was the problem and I did _____ to fix it, and the result was _____."Interview Questions
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When it doesn't absolutely, positively have to be there overnight, there's FedEx Ground Package System. An operating company of air-express giant FedEx, FedEx Ground provides ground delivery of small packages (up to 150 pounds) throughout the continental US and Canada. The company serves Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico through alliances. Deliveries are generally made within one to seven business days, depending on distance. The company offers both business-to-business and home delivery services via a fleet of more than 22,000 motorized vehicles, most of which are operated...