Courier Driver (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 12 April 2018
A fair place to work, great people, good management. great benefits.the hardest part of the jobIs weather conditions, the most enjoyable part of the job is meeting and satisfying your customer relations
Courier (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 April 2017
FedEx is a great place to work. The people are friendly and management treats you as a person rather than a number. You have the freedom of not having a manager looking over your shoulder every two minutes. Overall I quite enjoy working at FedEx and I would recommend it to anyone who feels that being a courier interests them.
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 11 April 2017
-Go to the Fedex depot at 7 -Help load the truck and arrange the packages according to first delivery to last. -Determine the fastest and most efficient route to take -Drop off packages in a safe and timely manner -Drop truck off at the Fedex depot after all the deliveries
Courier (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 March 2017
It is a fast paced environment that requires good attention to detail and excellent time management skill. You require excellent organizational skills so that you are able to deliver all your packages in a timely manner.
Owner/Operator (Current Employee) – East – 4 February 2017
Very good place to work management are great. I really don't have anything bad to say about this company. I would recommend anyone trying to get into the transportation industry to do their do diligence
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Mississauga Beach, ON – 24 January 2017
Log in returns from customers , this was an online order facility . Orders would be picked for delivery for companies . Also set up warehouse for customer footwear for the pickers to pick. Learned some basic computer skills . I enjoyed setting up the warehouse . The job was very repetitive and boring at times sitting loading information into a computer .
Line haul (Former Employee) – Canada – 30 December 2016
They pay you just enough to not quit. Workload increases while pay doesn't. Thier performance increases don't keep up with inflation. You'll be maxed out at 50-60k which doesn't pay the bills for a family in some cities.