Desk clerk (Current Employee) – Swindon – 4 June 2018
Being a distraction centre ,we start by tipping followed by receiving then binning on right slot .Then we do pick as per the stores order .Then once picked it goes to the despatch area where sortation is done and send to the right store .
A great chance to work if you seek for a growth in your leadership skill
Warehouse Operative (Former Employee) – Maidstone – 14 November 2018
Could be better, a lot more work from the management team to sort out for it to be a good place of work.But good place to work easy money and they use to do a 12 hour shift which is not taken away back to 8.
The work place was good place to work. The managment people are really good they make sure you have got enough work for you todo during your shift. They make sure there is enough work so you are not standing around doing nothing on your shift.
Courier (Former Employee) – Swindon, Wiltshire – 13 June 2018
A very fast paced job. Get in to the warehouse and unload the lorry as it comes in, Then lay out your parcels in the route that is best to take. Safely stack it in your van and head out making your deliveries and collections along your route, trying to stick to your scheduled pick up times.
Very high targets set. Reasonable salary, but they take their pound of flesh for it.
Warehouse Picker and Packer (Former Employee) – Swindon – 9 May 2018
A very physical job and a harsh working environment. This is because you can be working in a freezer. The bar is set very high with the targets and some can't physically cope with it. The management has a lot of jobs worth type and at times could be very demeaning in their manner.
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.
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
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.
Warehouse Assistant (Former Employee) – Wolverhampton, West Midlands – 25 April 2018
A typical day at work was quite fun, everyone got along and would have jokes with each other as well as getting work done. i loved working here as it was always fun. i learnt a lot more on how to work in teams with people, which did learn me a lot. management were very nice and would also ask the staff how everything was going, and were very kind and understanding and got along with everyone. the hardest part of the job was probably wearing the steel toe boots as they were very heavy and used to make my feet ache, because of being on my feet all the time while working.