Question about working at 2 Fedex Locations

Discussion in 'FedEx Discussions' started by willdowning, Oct 3, 2016.

  1. willdowning

    willdowning New Member

    Can I work part time at one Fedex Express Station as a package handler and work Full Time as a Fedex Express Courier at another station?
    I have been a package handler for a year now and I live close between the 2 stations that are constantly hiring.
  2. Operational needs

    Operational needs Non desistas. Non exieras.

    I seriously doubt that.
  3. Operational needs

    Operational needs Non desistas. Non exieras.

    Transfer to one of the stations as a FT courier and pick up extra hours there.
  4. Oldfart

    Oldfart Well-Known Member

    Wouldn't hours of service come into play.

    MAKAVELI Well-Known Member

    Not if he's non DOT. But I doubt FedEx management would allow that anyway I never heard of somebody working two different stations at the same time.
  6. Artee

    Artee Active Member

    We used to have a few RT drivers that would go run routes at stations when they had off day. The stations needed bodies and they were willing to put the RT drivers under their budget and take the hours charge. The RT was not going to pay the driver on the day off for working at a station, but if the station wanted to pay them it was open season for extra hours if you wanted to go back and do courier work. Just had to watch the hours and make sure it did not impact your job at RT.
  7. vicohcasillas

    vicohcasillas New Member

    Why are talking about fedex ???

    MAKAVELI Well-Known Member

    Days off I can see that but not the same days.
  9. willdowning

    willdowning New Member

    From what I heard from the drivers FT Couriers start out at a little over 500.00 per week? and some drivers have told me its not a guaranteed 40 hours per week.
    I guess you cannot get guaranteed OT?

    MAKAVELI Well-Known Member

    As a full-timer you are guaranteed 35 hours but the caveat is you cannot turn down any work during your shift to get that guarantee. Peak is coming up soon everyone will be getting overtime it's after peak you have to worry about.
  11. Operational needs

    Operational needs Non desistas. Non exieras.

    Because we can.
  12. outtatime

    outtatime Active Member

    Because this is the FedEx discussion area, genius. TTKU
  13. BootsOnTarmac

    BootsOnTarmac Active Member

    You will have a domicile and manager at a single location. I have seen during peak times other stations requesting help which gives you extra hours. This is usually done in the AHEAD system or a signup sheet put out by your manager. All extra hours cannot conflict with your regular work schedule and you generally can't work 7 day weeks or over 12 hours/day. I have been offered a 7th day in the past during peek but turned it down because I have a life.

    I have seen many RTD's who have SIDA access work extra hours at the airport as handlers pulling overtime hours for big bucks! They are some of the best handlers!
  14. KOG72

    KOG72 Well-Known Member

    Where can I apply I want to be @Operational needs Christmas helper,I'll bring lunch
  15. Operational needs

    Operational needs Non desistas. Non exieras.

    Deal! I'll put in a good word for you. Wahoo!
  16. Fred's Myth

    Fred's Myth Disaffected Philistine

    Official Company Policy states that both DOT and non-DOT are held to the same hours of service restrictions........unless a situation arises.......or it's peak........or management doesn't care what policy states. Sigh
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  17. dex 84

    dex 84 Active Member

    They still watch the 14/10 rules for the non-dot couriers but the 70/8 seems to be fair game.
  18. OrioN

    OrioN double tap o da horn dooshbag

    Im just a dumbo truck driver, but dunno how we get 70 hours cap while our brownie counterparts get 60 hours a week
  19. TheJackal

    TheJackal Active Member

    Not everybody.....
  20. UpstateNYUPSer

    UpstateNYUPSer Very proud grandfather.

    Non-DOT vs DOT.

    Based on vehicle weight.