I worked at FedEx Office full-time
Great team of people to work with. The pay is average for the industry. FedEx as a whole is a heartfelt place to work.
The customers that come in are prepared to complain about their package. You as a consultant have little you can do about their situation and it causes many conflicts.
Advice to Management
Communicate concerns with more tact.
The process took a week. I interviewed at FedEx Office (Houston, TX) in December 2016.
So the interview process was smooth. I applied on a Thursday (12/8). Waited until Monday (12/11) to call them, spoke directly with a manager and she was excited I called because she needed another person to interview. We talked on the phone for a hour set up a interview that Thursday (12/15). Interview was very relaxed. Afterwards she told me that she likes me and her gm would be giving me a final interview Friday(12/16). She called later that day saying her GM would call me later around 4 and he didn't call. She called me the next day (12/16) apologizing and offered me the job. Just have to do my background check and drug screening.
Didn't really negotiate.
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