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Working at FedEx Office
At FedEx Office, we add color to everything we do and careers are no exception. As part of FedEx Corporation, we operate by a people-first philosophy and that commitment is evident in every part of our culture.
FedEx Office is conscious of its decision making and how it affects the community, the environment and its customers. We’re always looking to add creative, innovative professionals to our team.
Our promote-from-within atmosphere motivates our team members to achieve unsurpassed success. And our people-first approach encourages new ideas that benefit everyone, from our team members to our customers.
Want to know more? To learn about what opportunities are available, please visit: www.jobs-fedexoffice.icims.com
FedEx Office Benefits
FedEx Office makes your printed projects shine – and we want the same for our team members. We offer benefits like medical, dental and vision insurance plans, paid vacation and sick time, and flexible spending accounts, just to name a few. At FedEx Office, we’ve got you covered.
In addition to the standard benefits mentioned above we provide a few non-traditional perks to our team members:
- 401K matching (currently match dollar for dollar up to the first 5% after the first year of employment)
- Flexible hours
- Gym memberships
- Public transportation reimbursement
Team member tenure is highly valued at FedEx Office. More than 50 percent of our positions are filled by internal candidates – we promote from within – so there are plenty of opportunities to advance your career with our business.
Want to shine? To learn more about our benefits package and see what opportunities are available, please visit: www.jobs-fedexoffice.icims.com
FedEx Office Diversity Mission Statement
At FedEx Office our goal is to create an environment that promotes the business case for Diversity and Inclusion within our workforce, our customer base, our suppliers and the community in which we live and work. We believe that differences add value and we strive to create a culture which allows every team member to bring their full self to the work place, facilitating a fully engaged and productive team that positively contributes to our bottom line and provides total customer satisfaction.
Goal: Assist in building a representative workforce while institutionalizing management systems to foster equal opportunity at all levels within the corporation.
We will reach our diversity goal through the following:
Supportive leaders that are educated on the changes in both internal and external demographic and emerging markets
Educating our workforce through annual Diversity and Inclusion training, forums and updates
FedEx Office is a proud member of the following organizations:
Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Greater Dallas Asian American Chamber of Commerce
Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce
Women's Business Council Southwest
DFW Minority Supplier Development Council
At FedEx Office we are committed to diversity as part of the broader FedEx enterprise, which has been continually recognized.
|50 Best Companies for Minorities – Fortune|
|America’s Most Admired Companies – Fortune|
|World’s Most Admired Companies – Fortune|
|The 100 Best Companies to Work for in America – Fortune|
|Top 50 Employers – Minority Engineer|
|50 Best Companies in America for Asians, Blacks, & Hispanics – Fortune|
|100 Best Corporate Citizens – Business Ethics|
|Outstanding Corporate Support Award (National Minority Business Council)|
|Div 50: America's Top Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities - Div2000.com|
|The Top 100 Companies Providing The Most Opportunities for Hispanics – Hispanic Magazine|
|Diversity 100 Recognition Award – Next Step|
|100 Best Companies for Working Mothers – Working Mother|
|20 Better Places to Work – Mother Jones|
|Award for Excellence in Corporate Community Service (Points of Light Foundation)|
|"Elite Eight" of Preferred Employers for Women in Corporate America – Pink Magazine|
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I have been working at FedEx Office full-time
When FedEx purchased Kinko's all those years ago I was excited about the brand. I knew very little of the people focused culture that was at the core of FedEx. When my oldest was diagnosed with T1 diabetes and put in the ICU, I was in DC for a meeting. The MD and FedEx made sure I got home and followed up on getting her insulin pump a year later. When my dad died two weeks ago, my VP of HR read his obit on an HR call. My CEO sent me a personal handwritten note in THE MAIL! He could have sent it FedEx, but I think he knew a card is more personal. So many other leaders sent cards and caring thoughts. My direct manager and peers have been generous and kind through the entire journey. My direct reports have gone above and beyond to ensure their manager (me) feels cared for--in spite of the needs they each have. My mailbox continues to be filled with cards from people I hardly know from my company. This is not just hiring the right people--it's a culture of hiring people who fit with the core values of FedEx. You may have noticed I said "my" and not "our". Each of these individuals belong to all Team Members, but when it becomes a personal moment it feels like they are yours alone--because they care enough to show you matter. If you dread going to work on Mondays, If you are working for a company that asks "when will you be back" after a tragedy, and doesn't send handwritten notes of care when you most need them. Go apply at FedEx or FedEx Office. I can't promise pay or benefits will be better than where you are but I can promise you'll want to work for them, that you'll stop hitting the snooze button on Monday mornings. I can also promise you'll feel cared for beyond what you produce. Because of that you'll want to do more for your company, my company.
We could slow down on some changes and speed up on others.
Advice to Management
When we move to the new office I hope the VPs and above plan for daily meals with the team. I also hope no matter the level everyone has to search for a parking lot.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at FedEx Office in September 2015.
I had two phone interviews and one face to face. The first phone interview was two questions, can you pass a drug test and can you pass a background check. The second was face to face it lasted for one hour. The asked what I knew about computers and Adobe products. How I handled angry customers. At the end they told me I would have one more interview a week later I was called and given a phone interview by Ed. He said they loved me in the interview and was offering the me the job we discussed schedules and pay. This was pending the drug test of course. I never got a chance to take the drug test because with in 30 minutes I received an email from letter saying they were going with someone else. I found this odd as well as unprofessional.,
- In what priority do you handle the customers in your store 1 Answer
FedEx Office and Print Services (formerly Kinko's) has duplicated its business formula many times. A unit of delivery giant FedEx, the firm operates nearly 2,000 stores (or "business service centers") in the US and seven other countries. The stores provide printing and duplication, presentation support, and related business services, and serve as drop-off points for items to be delivered by sister companies FedEx Express and FedEx Ground. The stores also sell office supplies and rent computers and videoconferencing rooms. FedEx Office primarily targets small ...
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- FedEx Office update30+ days ago
FedEx Office has continually employed strategies to improve the fuel efficiency of our vehicle fleets. In 2014, we replaced 177 of our local pickup and delivery vehicles with more efficient Ford Transit Connects, saving over 68,000 gallons of fuel and 626 metric tons of CO2e emissions! Learn more from the 2014 FedEx Global Citizenship Report here http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vI6De
- FedEx Office update30+ days ago
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