Good place to experience new situations,good environment,lots of benefits reguarding salary and holidays,a place where you can have a good career,a good chance to meet many people,to face different situations.
Stock Controller (Former Employee) – Cumbernauld – 1 March 2018
Whilst I enjoyed my time in DHL Excel it was ruined by the fact I was let go after being told in the morning my temporary contract would likely be picked up permanently only to be told later in the afternoon they were getting rid of us and keeping all the cheaper to pay agency workers instead. I walked out when I was told this and did not finish my shift that day.
Managers were all bickering like school girls behind one anothers backs and it didn't seem the department I was in was run by good people.
Weekly pay(at the time), decent money and breaks, time off was good
Poor management, lied to staff, prefer cheaper paid staff to hardworkers
Good place to work but a lot of racism and discrimination...
Controls Administrator (Former Employee) – East – 28 February 2018
Good place to work but a lot of racism and discrimination between the workers. The white people are more likely to get promoted into good positions than blacks and Asians. You will only get far if you work extra harder than a white person and take a lot of disrespect from co-workers on top of that.
Cargo Operator (Former Employee) – Deptford, Greater London – 28 February 2018
I learnt about how to be a team player,time keeping, learnt about other countries and capitals due to destinations and origins of parcels. Management were friendly, supportive and particular about health and safety. Motivation quotes were written within the workplace and this encouraged employees. The hardest part of the job was directing and assisting drivers with offloading of parcels.The most enjoyable part of the job is the friendly atmosphere, working as part of a team and open door policy with management.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Shire Park, Worcester – 27 February 2018
I was working from 2016 and started as a picker. After that being inducted for Outbound department and Inbound also. So my work there was good for me because I achieved enough experience for the next jobs.
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!!
LGV Class C Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – West Midlands – 26 February 2018
Not a good employer the ability to pay you the correct wages seems beyond them month after month, management do not appear to understand when a vehicle is overloaded,heavy handball deliveries, need I go on......
Money is ok.
Never ending workload, made to feel as if you are still at junior school.
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Bury St. Edmunds – 26 February 2018
I really enjoyed NHS Supplies, it was very easy to get into and the staff there would always be ready to help you out, if you needed help people would come along and give you tips on how you could improve.
Management lacks somewhat, but are really lovely people. Hardest part of the job was trying to do everything in the smallest of time slots to a good standard. Met some wonderful lovely people there, how I miss them sometimes as never short of laughs. I learnt a lot when it comes to the office work, de-brief and how the warehouse functions on a day to day basis.
this is a good job for anyone who is willing to work hard, the job entails loading lorry in the morning the delivering beer though out the day. your normal working day is 9.5 hours but can change depending on output.
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Doncaster, South Yorkshire – 18 February 2018
Responsible for unpacking cosmetics, re-pacing and shipping them out to retail stores. Working as part of a team to ensure targets are met whilst maintaining quality standards and maximising efficiency.