On average, employees at FedEx give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is equal to the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest FedEx employees are Independent Contractors submitting an average rating of 4.8 and Senior Industrial Engineers with a rating of 4.7.
"Working as a package handler at FedEx is a demanding job, but it is also quite rewarding. The work is physically demanding, but it is also fast-paced and exciting. The pay is good, and the benefits are great. However, the hours can be long, and the work can be tiring."
"well, Boy where do I start here ? Office lady I got txt from offered me a date /time fro orientation, I replied to her, in 1/2 hr. she said Oh, that day is fulfilled. I lost 4 days there. After orientation there we no follow up with trainer, guy only been there for fist 0,5 hr. then you are on your own. I start noticing discrepancies & abnormalities from whatever stuff they introduced us @ orientation. Talked to my immediate boss about it. We will try to relate it all to our bosses, they said. NO results. They called a sharing meeting with some managers to hear our concerns, questions & tips how they doing and what could be improved. We /5 floor workers/ told them whatever was on our mind. They said in a month or so we call you for follow up. Guess what ? Never happened. I personally have to compose email to one of HR. lady, which they share with most of bosses in office. I was approached next week and asked : did you resign? what did you write in that email >? Full truth, nothing but the truth. They Did not like it at all ! I was given paper saying I violated the company's conduct code & no copy for me, when I asked. They found ways to fire me. Now I am talking this issue to expose it to a higher level, including local paper, may be even TV or news Station. Let's see what happens. terrible communication between office, shift and floor employees. NO concerns about issues being delivered to them, some safety stuff, etc. Would not waste my time , energy and money to apply with them. Never"
"Horrible place to work. $.50 - .$75 yearly raises, reduced health care benefits, management doesn't care or listen to any suggestions from employees or customers. There was only one good manager I ever worked for there. The rest of them were lying snakes. On the bright side, if you're a slacker, this is the perfect job for you because you literally wont be fired for anything. Management will never fire people because they can't afford to lose people. And why? Because the pay and benefits suck so bad and no one good is applying. All the good workers leave or apply to jobs that ACTUALLY pay a competitive pay rate."
"I do not feel that FedEx values their team members, profit comes first and you are just another number. The happiness and safety of their employees are very low on their priority list especially when it comes to Covid-19."
"FedEx is a great company that provides innovative opportunities for individuals who enjoy working in a team, creative, and consulting environment."
"Many lateral opportunities to enter new opportunities within the organization. Great benefits."
"Needs to offer growth to employees"
"I have had a wonderful experience working with FedEx Express as a courier over the years. As my job has progressed, I have received more perks along the way. My greatest appreciation has been their willingness to support my continued education."
"Kinko’s Corporate Headquarters employed thousands of co-workers, and they made each one of us feel like part of the Kinko’s family. Job descriptions were well defined and the training was top-notch. The possibilities of furthering your career were exceptional. Kinko’s had an amazing 401K plan that really took care of it’s co-workers. My experience with my time there was overall excellent and provided me the skills needed to further my future endeavors."
"Well-established company with significant resources to provide a safe, clean, financially supported environment."
"I have worked for FedEx Office for 11 years and have had great success being able to learn amazing customer service skills and adapting to various communication techniques. I have become a better leader for it and I am grateful for all the brand has given me over the years. The company employees around 15,000 team members in over 1,900 locations throughout the country. FedEx Office is a great brand to work for and be able to take your skills to the next level as an individual contributor and a leader. I highly recommend this company to anyone who is looking to take control of their career path and excel to great heights."
"I've worked for FedEx from 2011 and I have had numerous opportunities to learn new technologies in various development projects. The work-balance is extremely good. As a developer, I have worked long hours with stringent deadlines but I have been compensated adequately in the form of BZs, AIC, bonuses. The company is being driven by strong leaders who believe in technology renewal to beat the competitive market."
"It has been a long journey, however the work was always there. I work with a very large group of people, and my company has one of the most renowned logos in the corporate industry. It has been hard work going to school and working in December, but gratefully the company worked with me and also gave me tuition reimbursement. I could not have done it without them."
"I’ve worked in a office style setting in the billing department . Unfortunately there is not a lot of room for growth within this company . This is a “boys club” company ran by people who view you as a “commodity” not a person. As well as grotesque ethics violations within HR dept. there is no continued education or team building ( where I was anyhow) !"
"Before starting the internship with FedEx, while I researched about the company, I came up with the phrase “People first philosophy” mentioned in their website, which FedEx believes in, and throughout my internship, I actually experienced this! While working with FedEx for more than 5 months, I have realized that FedEx not only focuses on the quality of work assigned to its employees but also takes utmost accountability in taking care of the employees at the personal level. As I had mentioned before, FedEx gave me a learning platform where I got the opportunity to learn and work with the latest technologies and tools like- Java8, Springboot, Microservices, Kafka, Junit, Mockito, Jenkins, Gitlab etc that gave me an exposure to backend development and directly impacted my career to grow to the next level where I can confidently work as a full-stack developer. While working to develop Orchestrator, I got a complete freedom to contribute my inputs at every phase of the development cycle starting from the analysis, design and then choosing the best technology stacks after multiple discussions and POCs which speaks a lot about the flexibility at Fedex. I have been lucky to be able to get an amazing set of colleagues and mentors who created a warm, employee-friendly and encouraging atmosphere besides providing the technical guidance. All the fun discussions and activities here in Fedex helped to make learning fun! So am thankful to Fedex and all my team members that in such a short span of two months, I have been able to get a good understanding of building a project from scratch and also gained my skills towards quality development which has added immense value to my skillsets and I am looking forward to more such amazing experiences with Fedex!"
FedEx has an overall rating of 3.9 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 653 FedEx Review Ratings left anonymously by FedEx employees, which is equal to the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 92% of employees would recommend working at FedEx.
FedEx employees earn $35,000 annually on average, or $17 per hour, which is 47% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 243 FedEx employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find FedEx Salaries by Job Title.
92% of employees would recommend working at FedEx with the overall rating of 3.9 out of 5. Employees also rated FedEx 3.7 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.6 for Rewards You Receive, 3.4 for Growth Opportunities and 3.8 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at FedEx is a Senior Vice President at $300,000 annually. Browse FedEx Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at FedEx is a Shipper at $8,000 annually. Browse FedEx Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at FedEx to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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