If you have a pulse your in with a very good chance
Dhl, the location I work at, has a recruitment office. They sit you down get all the paperwork and they do a drug test, background check (cause it is the airport), then they do a lift test. You're on your feet and lifting heavy stuff so they ask you to lift a 50 pound box, to make sure you do it appropriately. They interview you and write down more information. It was simple and casual.
Answered - Warehouse Operative (Current Employee) - Erlanger
Talking about yourself, how your character and working ethic can contribute to the team success.
Answered - Logistics Clerical Agent, part - time (Former Employee) - Tewkesbury, UK
Competency based questions
Answered - Premier Relationship Manager (Former Employee) - Castle Donington, Leicestershire
They recruit via agency now via long term trial so no interviews to my knowledge of late
Answered - Warehouse Operative (Current Employee) - Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire
1. I retrieved an application form from DHL
2. Received an interview date post
3. Formal interview with DHL
4. Received letter from DHL saying I was successful
5. I had a start date on the letter
The company was very professional and all aspects of the interview process effectively and efficiently.
Whilst at DHL I felt that from the CEO and management was all professional and fair. I have only good experiences whilst working for DHL
Answered - Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) - Kirkam