Pay Progression for Drivers

Discussion in 'Fedex Freight' started by Luis7, Jan 15, 2018.

  1. Luis7

    Luis7 New Member

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    Hello
    I currently work at another FedEx OpCo and have no complaints besides the fact it will take about 13 years to reach the top pay. What is the time frame for a city driver or road driver to reach the top pay in California? If anyone is willing to share what the top pay is for these positions is in California, it would help me make a decision as well. If not no problem. Thank you.
     
  2. suzy1052

    suzy1052 Active Member

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    It takes 3 years at FXF regardless of location. I don't know the Ca. rates.
     
  3. Elwood

    Elwood Question Authority

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    Talked to a FXF P&D driver today, told me healthcare was 70/30 with 5K deductible for major illness. Is this true?
     
  4. truckingBORED

    truckingBORED Your Huckleberry

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    There are two tiers and some states are different. Deductibles vary based on who all is covered under the plan.
     
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  5. Freight Crusher

    Freight Crusher Active Member

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    Speaking of which, how much do they put in each employees reimbursement account? It seems as though I never pay anything.
     
  6. Elwood

    Elwood Question Authority

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    Thanks for the info, but still seems vague.

    What determines which tier and how are they different?

    When you say “...who all is covered...,” is that determined by numbers enrolled, region or years enrolled, or another factor?
     
  7. SwampRatt

    SwampRatt Well-Known Member

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    This "super secret" info might help...


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  8. No F-bdy Bs

    No F-bdy Bs Active Member

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    I worked for Express for 7yrs.
    Been 8yrs since I left.


    If I were still there, I STILL would not be topped out.
    Their pay progression was performance based for a long time.
    Basically, if your manager liked you, you got the max raise
    If they didn't....

    40% of your review was attendance based.
    If you caught the flu, and missed say, 4 days, you got a Zero in that aspect.
    Would completely blow your raise.

    Crooked ass system.
    Best decision I ever made was to abandon Express for Freight.
     
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  9. Richard Cranium

    Richard Cranium Well-Known Member

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    And then Mr Moobs abandoned Freight.
     
  10. KIKBXR

    KIKBXR New Member

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    Agreed. I also worked for Express ,2001-2007 then 2016 for 6 months. 10 years to top out is a joke. Corp structure is a joke. No longer a premiere company to work for
     
  11. flat top

    flat top Active Member

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    What is the difference in cost with the consumer premier and premier select plan? Is it a higher cost for the select plan? Does everyone get the hsa reimbursement on either of the two plan choices?
     
  12. Clandestine_ice

    Clandestine_ice Kansas_City_Kitty

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    Damnnnnn :732:
     
  13. DOTFXF

    DOTFXF Active Member

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    Fedex Benefits Center would know. 1-800-888-5622
     
  14. flat top

    flat top Active Member

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    But I work at yrc lol
     
  15. DOTFXF

    DOTFXF Active Member

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    How unfortunate.lol
     
  16. SwampRatt

    SwampRatt Well-Known Member

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    Did you miss this part?

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    The cost difference is $53.54/week (Family Plan). Same Health Reimbursement amounts, for all.
     
  17. flat top

    flat top Active Member

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    Yeah I saw the chart I guess my question was the difference on the deductible between the consumer choice and consumer choice select . Also deductible difference consumer premier consumer premier select.
     
  18. Canadian Flyer

    Canadian Flyer They Call Me CF, Eh

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    The YRC boys are sizing up what's out there for next year.

    I don't blame them.
     
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  19. LTLAnonymous

    LTLAnonymous Well-Known Member

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    Probably should have been doing that for a while.

    Not to kick anyone while they're down, but damn. They called me back from layoff in 2013 after four years, and the wife and I had a fun giggle about that. No seniority perk, no bid run is worth that culture.
     

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