Office Cleaner (Former Employee) – Leeds – 7 February 2018
Great earnings for the work we did there. Met lots of new people and new friends. Leanr how to use a beffer machine to polish large floor surfaces. Using chemicals to clean toilets. Leant about health and safety in the work place . Wearing high visabilty jackets.
Shift Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Maidstone, Kent – 8 February 2018
I am a ex som for dpd. It was the worst point in my life. I lost everything because of this company and had to move away. There was constant builying and i was totally demorolised by this company. I even concidered ending my life! Stay clear if u are in a relationship and happy!!!
Customer Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Birkenhead, Merseyside – 7 February 2018
You would be told information from one person and then completely other information from someone else. You was sat like robots all day at your computer screen with targets that you had to meet that sometimes felt like impossible unless you was a robot. There was just no happiness and excitement to go to work and enjoy it whilst you’re there.
Owner Driver (Former Employee) – Lonon – 1 February 2018
Don't expect to make a lot of money a you have to pay DPD for leasing a van to you. Also if you fail to make a delivery within the hour time slot, they will stand you down for a day, losing a days pay!
Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Dartford – 25 January 2018
Great place to work in a high pressurised environment, very rewarding but equally demanding. The business Is a market leader and going from strength to strength, with great opportunities to develop and progress
Driver (Former Employee) – Hebburn, Tyne and Wear – 22 January 2018
I recently did the Christmas run working for a franchisee of DPD and never knew what to expect? 2 days in a class then thrown into the deep end with no experience! Not the best way to be treated but after 6 weeks I got it, the route became known to me and everything just clicked into place. DPD are good to work for and everyone looks after each other on the floor of the depot. Once out on the road it's mostly in you're own hands. but there is great support via phone if you can't find a place or something happens. It's a fit job which suits me down to the ground and I'm now looking at doing it full time. Preferably with DPD but am poking around.
After working a month or so there I left dpd, they were very unorganized every morning, contracted delivery drivers were told to do overnight staffs work, due to the overnight staff being very poor at their jobs, down to management issues. Also very poor with their weekly payments, not getting what I was expecting leaving me to think they haven't payed my overtime... thinking this I went to the management and she said very plainly to my face "You don't get payed overtime". I was not pleased with how this was all going so departed from DPD to continue with Amazon Flex...
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Witham – 15 January 2018
Treat both agency and employees like dirt. Promise the earth and rescind and deny as it suits them. If youre a driver you get everything. If you work in the warehouse you get nothing not even a thank you. Promised a job at the end of the 13 weeks. Then say theres nothing available. Work hard and get laid off and yet they keep the deadwood that mess up or stand around doing nothing.
Warehouse Operative (Current Employee) – bham – 10 January 2018
hard work, hundreds of trailers gotta be unloaded and loaded , great team to work with , good pay long hours , plenty of overtime , I learned to hand held scanners , was loading trailers by scanner , so u had to scan every parcel
Network Field Engineer (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 27 December 2017
I am not very much familiar with THE company but as I hear about the company.Is the fastest growing company in my area. They provide the best way to present employee skills, provide a platform for expertise, a job security for an employee. its a company that have a good management standards and have excellent goodwill in the market.