First Line Manager (Current Employee) – Doncaster, South Yorkshire – 9 August 2018
I am sure that in the corporation of this scale you could find a good example of supply chain specialists. However I have had an unpleasant experience. First of all lack of investments in people. While people are the strength of the company, here people are unwanted by-product of supply chain. Company always want to earn money however they are rejecting all the ideas of savings that could benefit in the bigger picture. No one is receiving sufficient level of training. People are being dropped in the middle of the projects and by mistakes slowly they are learning or are being swallowed by this Moloch.
Stable employment, regular payments
No development plans, no investing in people, no better benefits than found in newspaper, no good practice, no allowance to find a new way and many more
Telecommunication dispatcher (Former Employee) – Normanton – 8 August 2018
great place to work, enjoyable, good atmosphere, good team of people. Chances to advance and good management. good work life balance as there was no weekend shift unless overtime. overall good place to work. Worst thing is there was no on site food, only vending machines.
wearhouse operative (Former Employee) – Sherburn in Elmet – 8 August 2018
I enjoyed all staff working there and I learned ,any of things like to pick and pack and working in cosmetics also the management was nice people too the hardest part of the job was getting Home late every day
HR Business Resolution Manager (Current Employee) – Home Based – 6 August 2018
Regional HR Resolution Manager supporting managers with all ER issues. Travelling to sites within the Midlands region supporting and coaching management and utilising my skills. I have to interact with all levels from colleague to senior manager I have gained a lot of confidence whilst in this role and have been constantly up skilled and I keep up to date with any changes employment law The culture within DHL is excellent and they always like to promote from within whenever possible The hardest part of the role can be the isolation, my team only meet once a month and most of the communication is over the phone or email The most enjoyable part is meeting new people and imparting my knowledge
Operational Control Manager (Former Employee) – Bristol – 4 August 2018
The job was interesting enough, and working from home meant that I could manage my time to my best advantage. It's a shame that my position became redundant and, in a way, made me take early retirement. I feel that I still have something to offer in the workplace, hence my desire for part-time work.
HGV Driver class 1 (Former Employee) – Hebburn – 3 August 2018
Management are useless and if you do a 12 hour day you only get paid 10 hours,overtime payments must be chased up otherwise they forget you've done it,and certain employees can be finished by dinner time whilst most of us are still grafting till well after 5
money was good, shifts were not the best, the team i worked in was good management wasn't the best
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – solihull – 2 August 2018
There wasn't much opportunity to progress as the management kept things limited, money was really good, the system they had in place was good but addressing issues and problems could have been done better, over all i had a good experience there were i came across team work, having to communicate with people from all back grounds, working under pressure but making sure, i worked save and quick, learnt to be able to meet dead lines, and recognise problems and bring them to managements attention
Providing support to customers and customer support specialists in a team. Reporting discrepancies to a supervisor. Updating many electronic and paper files every day. The culture was inflexible work hours and everyone treated the same regardless of performance. Clock watchers, running out the door at 5.30 sharp. Keeping motivated was the hardest thing and trying to work out if I was doing OK, no feedback unless I asked for it. The most enjoyable part was the Customer Service Excellence Course and liaising with customers and suppliers.
the managers are great persons,people there are polite and friendly,i had so much fun working there,and i will miss the place very good place the job to work,and ashley main of the managers great person,kindly and friendly
First Assistant (Current Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 18 July 2018
Management really will be the downfall to this company. From small things such as employee queries to being subject to incorrect payments, management always seemed as clueless as the person seeking help from them.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Wellingborough, Northamptonshire – 12 July 2018
Dhl allowed me to give huge expansion. It was my first work in england and I started from the basics. During 4 years of work, I was being a position of team leader and manager. We were helped to work under the pressure of time and in stress situations.