A company that says a lot but tends to deliver a lot less
Transport Supervisor (Current Employee) – Oxfordshire – 21 June 2015
Depending on a persons work ethics a typical day can be very long with little or no compensation. While with DHL I've had both good and different managers but that is expected in such an environment. Co-workers are a mixed lot that can make a day at work enjoyable. The hardest part of the job is all the repatition of the same information from the same programs that everyone has access to. In simple words having to spoon feed upper management. The interaction with the drivers most of the time.
The company try to give incentives
Long hours, little or no compensation for extra time, lack of support in the area of equipment and keeping it in a servicable