Yes, FedEx does use background checks as part of their hiring process.
Here’s what you need to know about background checks:
There are many states that only perform a background check that goes seven years back. Do you have a conviction older than that? You’re in luck in these states:
- New Hampshire*
- New York*
*sometimes certain pay or salary bracket positions require one.
Some states only show the convictions you were found guilty of on their background checks and leave off not guilty charges. Here is a list of those states:
- Indiana (limited check)
- New York
Unfortunately, there are still plenty of states that show everything on their background checks. This includes the charges you were convicted of as well as charges you were found not guilty of. These states are listed here:
- Indiana (extensive check)
- New Jersey
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
FedEx fares pretty well on the rating site glassdoor.com. Overall, they have a 3.7 out of a possible 5. Not only that, but 72% of people would recommend working there to a friend.
People loved the work-life balance offered by the company, as well as job stability. They said the income was good and the benefits were above average. People also said the workplace culture was fantastic. We even saw that they offer tuition reimbursement, so those of you looking to further your education may find that a plus.
The main complaints centered on delivering in bad weather conditions and the need to work through holidays. Hey, if that’s as bad as it gets, this could be a great opportunity!
What felonies FedEx will not hire
FedEx didn’t say they had a specific set of charges that will immediately disqualify you from being hired. See below for what charges are barriers.
What felony convictions might have a hard time getting hired here?
We know you may still be wondering: Does FedEx hire felons? We think they do, but we want you to be aware of some convictions that may make it harder to gain employment.
FedEx employees deal with a bunch of valuable items. Because of that, people with multiple theft convictions may have a hard time gaining employment.
We also need you to be aware that those with sex crime convictions may be passed over if you are looking for a delivery driver job. This is because you will have plenty of contact with the public and FedEx may want to be cautious. That does not mean you shouldn’t apply here, however. There are many jobs that require no interaction with customers.
Does FedEx hire sex offenders?
We’re not sure. There are bound to be positions you could work here, despite that record, but the company hasn’t made them known.
Does FedEx drug test?
FedEx confirmed that they do drug test as part of their hiring process.
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