FedEx used to give you your previous pay back if you returned I believe within a year. But they did away with that. There is still a rule, at least there was, that if it's in an area where they're having difficulty finding a qualified candidate to fill a position then they can rehire someone at their previous pay. Provided of course that they left in good standing. However I know from personal experience that they try to get former courier to return at starting pay, and if you sign offer letter then discover that rule afterwards it's too bad. Look at it this way, they are paying better these days, including starting pay, and you'll top out faster than they used to. And you don't have to work with Oldfart.
He's not saying he only had 6 months in when he quit. He's asking about returning after being gone 6 months.Do anybody?
Considering you probably would not have gotten a raise yet had you stayed, it seems like starting pay today would be very close to what your pay was when you left. Everything I see as far as seniority always says "Most recent hire date" I doubt your previous 6 months will stay with you but you never know.
I stand corrected. I still don't believe seniority will be kept.He's not saying he only had 6 months in when he quit. He's asking about returning after being gone 6 months.
No one cares.I stand corrected. I still don't believe seniority will be kept.
He would be lucky to work at my station. Great managers, super nice facility. Ping pong table and free pinball machines in the break room area as well as a popcorn maker. We have some fierce ping pong matches and pinball tournaments quite often.