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Updated 8 Jun 2023
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I interviewed at FedEx Ground
The interview process at FedEx Ground was pretty easy and straightforward. I heard back quickly and was able to go in for training not long after. I got the gist of working there after less than a week.
- When can you start working?
Anonymous Employee in New Castle, DE
I interviewed at FedEx Ground (New Castle, DE)
Interview process is very simple. I just needed to tell and explain you know my current experience as a driver and functions and just having customer service overall but it really wasn’t you know I really get a really big interview Fedex doesn’t have direct drive teams they have private contractors that owns the routes that hires the drivers so I didn’t do an interview per se I just came in and pass a drug test passed driving test and I was put on the road.
- Tell me about yourself? Do you have prior experience? Why Fedex?
Anonymous Employee in Warsaw, Masovia
I applied online. I interviewed at FedEx Ground (Warsaw, Masovia)
3 intervievs one in the office, two others via video call. Nice atmosphres. Question about airplanes - but never have been involved in any costs of airplanes at work. Whole recruitment process took around 1 month.
- Your strenghts and weeknesses - please describe.
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Auburn, ME
I interviewed at FedEx Ground (Auburn, ME)
Didn't get job. It seemed as though maybe I didn't know that I need to prepare. The interviewer asked a few questions about previous experience and I never heard back.
- What would Make you a great fit
Anonymous Interview Candidate in New Stanton, PA
I interviewed at FedEx Ground (New Stanton, PA)
Casual, nothing too difficult. Get in and get out kind of feel with a very relaxed vibe to the overall experience as a whole. Basic questions like experience and prior jobs.
- Q: Do you have any prior work experience
Anonymous Employee in Tyler, TX
I interviewed at FedEx Ground (Tyler, TX)
really everyone who applies is hired. If you apply I guarantee you will be hired unless you tell them you are incapable of doing the work or give them some stupid answer
- can you work in a temperature environment
Anonymous Employee in Fife, WA
I interviewed at FedEx Ground (Fife, WA)
Easy, they just want to know if you can perform physical labor and that you can resolve conflict. The interview was through text message. Basically if you have a pulse you will be hired.
- How do you resolve conflict?
I interviewed at FedEx Ground
No interview. Just on-site training and went over paperwork, job requirements, etc. Juts 2 days, people were nice and helpful. Very easy to do. Just a lot of manual labor.
Anonymous Employee in Mount Juliet, TN
I interviewed at FedEx Ground (Mount Juliet, TN)
You meet in a room with three higher up managers and are asked 3-4 questions about difficult situations you were in and how you overcame them in a certain order. Starting with Background and ending with the resolution.
- Describe a time you were in a difficult situation and how did you overcome that obstacle
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Middletown, CT
I applied in-person. I interviewed at FedEx Ground (Middletown, CT) in May 2023
The interview process generally involves a two-person panel asking a series of questions to assess the suitability of candidates. However, in this particular case, the interview seemed to serve a pretextual purpose as the hiring manager had already selected a candidate for the position beforehand, which may raise concerns about fairness and transparency.
- How would you describe you emotional intelligence?