Rumors are going around Memphis that pay will be cut 5-10% soon. Why take money from the people when they could close the offices and let people work from home? Your pilot money is being wasted in buildings, coffee, rentals and utilities.
FedEx is a great corporation Fedex has a non-layout policy full timers 35 hours a week guaranteed and part times 17 1/2 hours a week guaranteed Most people get FedEx ground and FedEx freight each are their own entities and have different policies — read more
FedEx cutting hours and jobs
DFW area they have cut hours to 32 hours for everyone. They are also letting go tenured workers. This is not the company with the highest standards that it was 3 years ago.
10% of Officers and Directors to be laid off
I have no issues with this
Is anybody here really going to lose any sleep over officers and directors who barely do anything and are paid significantly more than any of us who do all the heavy lifting (figuratively and literally)? I'm certainly not. This is the kind of layoff... — read more
Fedex Layoffs 2023
Make a prediction and tell us what you think about Fedex layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
What is your exit plan?
As far as I can see, most intend to leave after the peak.
FedEx Freight enacts furloughs as it faces volume decline
FedEx Freight confirmed Saturday it is enacting furloughs in some U.S. markets. The move is due “to current business conditions impacting volumes,” the LTL said in an emailed statement. “The company will continue to evaluate the environment and... — read more
Voluntary furloughs are starting this week in Chicago area. Down 20% on average daily shipment counts.
Thinking about leaving?
No work-life balance here. I've became a bitter and tired old man. If I had any other option, I would leave immediately because this company is literally draining people. I believe that most employees are still here only for the reason that they have... — read more
It's time to leave
Nothing good can come out of this. They might not be mentioning layoffs other than for the closing stores yet, but I'm guaranteeing you it's coming. Not to mention, they'll cut our hours but they'll still expect us to do the same amount of work in... — read more
FedEx boss warns of a 'worldwide recession' and outlines plans to close stores, freeze hiring, trim hours, and park planes to cut costs
FedEx's CEO said he thought the world was heading into a recession. The company reported disappointing earnings, blaming reduced package demand and economic conditions. FedEx plans to cut costs by reducing flights, closing 90 retail stores... — read more
Welcome Vena to the Board
FedEX added Jim Vena to their board. He and his cronies trashed Union Pacific Railroad a few years ago. He cut everything to the bone leaving the company with very little resources to recover from any sort of service disruption. He proudly cut the... — read more
Closing data centers and re--rding all main frames
FedEx Supply Chain closing four facilities as customer contracts expire
A Moreno Valley, California, facility will close because FedEx Supply Chain is relocating some co-packing processes and shipping operations to Columbus, Ohio, "at the request of its customer," according to a letter. Management and operation of a... — read more
Covid-19 Vaccine mandate for employees?
When will they officially announce the Covid-19 vaccine mandate for ALL employees? I've heard it could be potentially anyday now? I was told they'd probably wait until peak season was over, that way terminating a third or more of their employee base... — read more
Fedex Layoffs 2022
Is this going to be an interesting year as it relates to Fedex layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
Mainframe Layoffs in Memphis
I was there a few years ago and saw what FedEx did to over 100 dedicated technical systems programmers who worked on the IBM mainframe. Many had over 20 years of service. They called them into an office, told them that they were fired, a security... — read more
FedEx the bully
Is it customary for FedEx to deny benefits when you are injured on the job? Or when THEIR doctor recommends surgery for a very painful spine injury which is needed ASAP? So they ignore any communication from doctors and lawyers because they don’t... — read more
Are we next?
How long before the layoffs hit our side of the pond? I know things are going good right now, but with the vaccine things will probably start to return to normal soon and the boost we received will dissipate. That's probably why we didn't provide an... — read more
Europe is about to get hit hard
Mostly TNT Express people will be affected but it's possible it will not be limited in scope. 6,300 people is not a small number, so anything could happen. From what I understand this was in plans even before the pandemic, so I doubt people will be... — read more
Fedex Layoffs 2021
Is there going to be any reorg or Fedex Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
Any US layoffs?
Has FedEx laid off any US employees last week or are there any plans to cut anybody in the next few weeks?
Working conditions and the climate in Memphis is declining as fast as the stock price. Anyone else seeing things worsen?
Fedex Freight Layoffs / Furloughs
Do you have any info about layoffs and/or furloughs at FedEx Freight? Competitors are doing it and I am curous abou what's happening at FedEx. Good luck.
is it going to be offered soon
This is your thread if you have a Question or an Answer about Corona Virus and Fedex
Where is all of this taking our communities and our company?
Have layoffs started at Fedex?
I've heard there were some notifications yesterday and that today could be bad. My wife works there and she went to work worried today. I anybody knows anything, please share!
How many people work at Fedex?
Is this the biggest location you have? How many employees are at Memphis?
Fedex Layoffs 2020
If the market makes a turn soon, do you think there will be Fedex Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
fedex smartpost closing imminent
With the recent announcement of the massive gutting of our insurance plans, termination of domestic partnership/civil union coverage, and tanking stocks...the announcement of fedex smartpost closing nationwide could be anyday. We are just waiting... — read more
Any truth to all or most Smartpost facilities closing?
Hello all, I know that starting in January 2020 most Smartpost packages are being handled by Ground instead of USPS. Then by January 2021, all smartpost packages will be handled by Ground. Anyone know if they're all closing soon? Management knows... — read more
FedEx buyout - who's eligible?
Where do I find guidance on who is eligible for buyouts at FedEx? Thank you!
More layoffs to come
FedEx is going to lay off employees in cross border division, they are trying to keep it a secret and going to do it before the new fiscal year June 2019 - so they do not have to pay out employees earned vacation. There likely will be more layoffs at... — read more
Fedex Office layoff/rehire issues
Hi. A few months ago, my Fedex Office print/ship center was closed down and everyone laid off. I was approved for re-hire and have applied to several local Fedex Office Retail Centers (my first experience was with Kinkos before it was bought by... — read more
We are doing well compared to others
honestly we've done fairly good - most companies have frequent layoffs and we do not, sometimes we have buyouts, maybe every four years or so but that's for salaried only and hourly workers are typically protected. also, hourly workers have high... — read more
FedEx Hiring Freeze - Anything Can Happen
I work at FedEx and my department is understaffed. It has been understaffed for about 6 months and they have a freeze on hiring. Fedex is not just handling parcels. There are so many officers and other departments that can go with fewer workers... — read more
FedEx / Frequent Buyouts
I was with Fedex for a very long time, they offer this every few years because they had a no lay off policy. I chose to take the buyout and they gave me a beautiful severance package. Couldn’t have made a better move, even though I loved working for... — read more
Their purpose is plain and out front.. to reduce long term head count and replace with younger less expensive employees.
Older employees cost more in benefits and base. you can sign off on it and ask to take it but are not guaranteed to get it, if you are critical or outside their target audience. Offshore is temporary, and is being replaced by moving to public clouds... — read more