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Memphis, TN
10000+ employees
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Transportation & Logistics
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
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Working at FedEx Freight

For overnight shipments that won't fit in an envelope, there's FedEx Freight. The company, a subsidiary of delivery giant FedEx, provides less-than-truckload (LTL) transportation services throughout the US, Canada, and international points. (LTL ... Read more

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FedEx Freight Reviews

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FedEx Freight President & CEO Michael L. Ducker
Michael L. Ducker
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Troy, MI
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Troy, MI
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    I worked at FedEx Freight full-time

    Pros

    solid company company highest level of management believes what they say just never gets to the middle

    Cons

    way to many policies that dont all ways happen

    Advice to Management

    scratch below the first layer/ temper goals with reality

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FedEx Freight Photos

FedEx Freight photo of: Hooking up get ready to go to Nashville Tennessee
FedEx Freight photo of: City truck
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FedEx Freight photo of: Pretrip.
FedEx Freight photo of: truck stop taking a little break
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FedEx Freight Interviews

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    Dock Worker Interview

    Anonymous Employee in San Antonio, TX
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience

    Interview

    Walked into the building and interviewed with the boss, normal job-style, got a brief tour. The boss was matter-of-fact about about requirements which is great, was also kinda sexist in an old boss way, but I know that boss isn't there anymore. (told me straight-up "Women get trained for office work. That's just the way we do things." when I was applying for dock work, but this was years ago so things may have changed. I ended up working the docks anyway with some other tough chicks who resisted getting stuck as secretaries.)

    Interview Questions

    • You have to be able to lift 75lbs, or something like that.   Answer Question
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