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Yes. great medical & dds plans, & a 401k.
even for part timers.

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Well I'm thinking from start to finish start maybe about a week or two that would be the application process interviewing the third week maybe background process and drug tests or anything like that early decision of a clear-headed employee that is interviewing and that's the hiring manager accept thing your position

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FedEx Ground Grove City Ohio Line Haul Don't Care about Safety OR The Rules because Some people come Don't Wear FedEx Shirt and. No Safety Vest and Have No Safety Mangers on the Site!!!! Like Wild West

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40+ weekly for fulltimers &
17.5 to 20 hours a week for part timers.

Christmas time is peak season- work as many hours as they'll let you. the more the better. part or full time.

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I will listen to the workers who actually perform the job on a daily basis. They can give management a true outlook on quality service.

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Fedex would rather have an insanely high turnover rate then pay people a bit more for being good at their jobs or being qualified to do things like Marshall or pushback aircraft.

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We need breaks and a little music goes a long way. Personally I don't see myself staying for an entire year.

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Depending on the job title. If you are "the face" there is a uniform. Other job titles they don't require a uniform. Still if you have the chance to wear one do it

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You work for whatever FedEx group you work for, they are all different entities under the same umbrella organization, but consider each other competitors when it comes to employment, and they have a policy against working for competitors.

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