INVENTORY CLERK (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 18 September 2018
typical day would be; clocking into work, performing handover duties with previous shift, assessing and evaluating inventory around the warehouse to see if everything is okay etc, Creating reports concerning parts that went missing or had been stolen, damaged.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 14 September 2018
I have previous experience and enjoy working with others. I am also at college but willing to work. I have 7 GCSEs and I’m currently studying at Walsall college completing my last year of law. Once I am done I would like to work full time.
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.
Warehouse Operative/ Team Leader (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 12 June 2018
The job was very mixed for me I worked as a temp for DHL and the pay and holidays were excellent however the job itself was easy but it had points where it was difficult which I welcomed however the way management treated you or what they expected of individuals because of the pay was completely unfair and toxic and towards the end I hated it but the pay had you stuck there.
The culture was cloak and dagger everybody was out to get each other and there was constant backstabbing and the agency's were a joke, they had individuals there for 3 years plus when originally we was only supposed to be temp for 6 months and I was agency for 2 years and then they got rid of me due to lowered production which was lie because 1 week later after they got rid of many long timers they employed loads of new staff to avoid giving out contracts.
OPERATIONS MANAGER (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 16 May 2018
Had the pleasure of leading some great team leaders and supervisors through DHL's automotive sequencing arm at 3 different sites. The guys at shop floor level were some of the best I ever worked with. This however was sadly marred by bullying senior managers, site managers and the old boys club that has existed amongst the rotation of JLR's 3PL providers over the years.
One site in particular is notorious for it's bully boy culture which victimises meant employees unless they 'get on board' with the existing regime. A real shame as it stifled some brilliant minds, ideas and genuinely brilliant teams.
Overall it is a exciting and active environment to work in with great people
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 1 January 2018
A typical day at work consisted of collecting and delivering parts to the production line, in doing so you become very familiar of all the parts as well the make and model of the vehicles.
Being that it is a very large place to work there are various different sections with there own managers and team leaders. My personal experience with management has been that they are passionate about what they do and are always willing to help.
i think that the hardest part about the job role is adjusting to the rotational shifts, having to work a different shift every week it takes some getting use to.
The most enjoyable part about the job is being able to drive around to different areas and sections to collect or deliver parts.
Ok to work for but no feed back or communication from managers on performace .
Counterbalance Forklift Driver (Former Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 27 December 2017
Very poor management of personal and very poor communications skills very poor feed back on any jobs, health and safety rules only apply when it suits them, no achievement or pat on the back for doing a good job all in very poor management of personal.
Packer and picker (Former Employee) – Birmingham – 16 November 2017
a typical day at work, go into canteen discuss previous day, explain any special orders that are being brought in, a talk with the manager, talk with colleagues, hardest part of the job sorting the international and national orders.