Driver (Former Employee) – Ebbw Vale – 3 September 2018
I enjoyed my time with DHL i was working with the firm for 20 years fancied a change. I do miss the company and the people i worked with. i made a lot of friends and people within the bars we delivered to. some days i could be home quite early as the job is job and finish so thats a positive to many.
I've been on an agency contract for 4 years now and I'm not confident I'm getting a full time DHL contract. There's about 10 other drivers like me who where confident of securing a full time contract when we started but like me see no future in this position.
Driver multi drop (Current Employee) – Didcot – 26 February 2018
About payments all are normal for this job .. contracts, payslips, monthly salaries and holidays are all normal but .. about management are bad.. everyday mistakes and as managers they don't do their work like should .. all of them with some of them exceptions are lazy and don't help .. also to new drivers none training, they just require to be perfect .. exploit the drivers they don't like and just complain at all the time .. they lie to them with hopes and next day just they are dismissing .. should change that soon .. is horrible!!
Driver (Former Employee) – Gloucestershire – 21 January 2018
Good company benefits. Look after their employees. Pension sick etc..Management lack leadership. Hide behind procedures . Procedures ignored when pressure mounts. No thought how to control work load always say yes when employees at breaking point. Many work their breaks to keep up with demand. Many good men and women leave.
Driver (Current Employee) – Culcavy lisburn – 7 October 2017
Very hard work. If you make any mistakes, you'll know about it! Low working moral. You have to come in as an agency worker (so I'm led to believe) in order to get a contract. Agency workers wage is less than a driver mates wage. Very stressful job.
Driver (Former Employee) – East Midlands Airport, Leicestershire – 6 September 2017
Sorting parcels into route order, checking vehicals, delivering parcels, collecting parcels, keeping a log of all activities, working as a team to process parcels on return. Hardest part was meeting deadlines for collections when the traffic was bad. Most enjoyable part was being out on my own all day.
do not have time to make this review and dont make me next time please
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FLT Driver (Current Employee) – East Midlands – 12 May 2017
Very busy and I always work and keep my head down I work to the best of my knowledge and am very punctual I've learned how to you use the computer system and log onto flight information and the enjoyable part of my job is meeting different customers when they pick there freight up and the hardest bit is when very busy and emptying all the cans when we unload them and the team all muck in and help
On a typical day in Jaguar Land Rover/DHL it's a fast paced environment and little room for error, it's a good place to work, the salty is good and there's plenty of overtime to do if you wanted to earn more. It's a fair place to work with management and supervisors helping out whenever they can. Hardest part of the job is the unsociable hours of the 3 shift pattern that we do. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting along with everyone I work with makes the job easier.
FLT Driver (Current Employee) – Birmingham, West Midlands – 5 March 2017
excellent company to work for , friendly ,multicultural environment .understandable management team , work -life balance is a problem , sometimes you are required to work 6 days a week or over the week end .
Driver (Current Employee) – Leeds, West Yorkshire – 16 February 2017
No train expect you to know every think treated like some think you would find on the bottom of your shoe management are no help ignore you if you say good morning to them I would stay well clear if your thinking of driving for them