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September 28, 2016
Find out what FedEx recruiters are looking for, the benefits of working at FedEx, and what new hires enjoy about their jobs.
September 20, 2016
The 100,000 Opportunities Initiative creates pathways to economic opportunity for young Americans. This initiative includes a coalition of leading U.S. companies, including FedEx, committed to training and hiring 100,000 Americans between the ages of 16 and 24 who are out of school and not working. See what FedEx is looking for in candidates, what candidates want from
March 1, 2016
In honor of Women's History Month, we sat down with Dress for Success CEO Joi Gordon to talk about women and the workforce.
October 22, 2015
Santa needs help! As online shopping and e-commerce continues to grow, so does the number of packages moving on Santa’s sleigh. Fear not! More than 325,000 FedEx team members are busy preparing for the holidays this year. To help us deliver the joy our customers are sending around the world, we expect to add more
May 27, 2014
FedEx Trucks, Honking Horns and 900 students – FedEx Delivers Careers on Wheels to Snyder Elementary
What do you get when you put 900 students and several big FedEx trucks together? A lot of fun and lessons about the transportation industry. As a pickup and delivery manager for FedEx Ground in Las Vegas, I have the opportunity to support many community projects. So, when Snyder Elementary asked FedEx to be part of its Careers on Wheels day, we were ready to make an important delivery: education.
June 11, 2013
Dress for Success Worldwide is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of women in 110 cities across 12 countries. Each year, the organization helps 55,000 women rebuild their lives and gain economic independence. Dress for Success provides suits to low-income women when they have job interviews.FedEx supports the organization across both of these key dimensions, providing philanthropic donations, in-kind shipping and hands-on team member engagement.
May 6, 2013
In 1973, I was looking for a job somewhere near the airport that was interesting and exciting. That’s when a friend of mine told me about this new company starting in Little Rock that was an airline for packages - not people. My friend sent a letter to Fred Smith to introduce me and I received a letter, along with an application for employment, from Mr. Smith, telling me that they were indeed thinking of expanding the operations to Memphis.