Extra staff helping out on super high volume days would help. Maybe even having a “floater” or 2 on each line would help. Ya know a staff members not assigned to any one truck but someone to help out when a truck or worker is overloaded. This would also stop needless 1min or less stopping of the line of packages.
Easier access to water, face masks, gloves would also help.
Just random thoughts.
U walk in sign the interview sheet sit down and eait for them to call u in their office.Then they say a speech about what the job is and what u will be doing then they ask questions.
1) What would u do if their was a altercation between u and a co worker.
2) Are u able to work by pulling,lifting,pushing,carrying 50+ lbs packages.
2)What shift do you want
After the questions they ask if u have completed the background check they give u in a email and then u wait for the next 2 weeks for it to be proccesed and get a call for orientation.
No, FedEx will not hire felons in Illinois. Illinois also had unlimited access to background. They can go back 50 years if they want to. I have applied 3 times (I know a FedEx contractor) and finally got a letter from corporate saying my past felony conviction made me ineligible for employment.
Just received offer from fedex part time courier driver and have a test scheduled for next Tuesday (away for funeral till then) so here in Texas the answer is yes they do test pre hire don't apply if you're not clean. Physical same day also