Great work place and fun environment and awsome co-workers
Senior Buyer (Current Employee), Calgary, AB – March 22, 2013
Pros: friendly work environment fun work place
Cons: working on sunday
I really had hard time to decide to leave my company as the work environment is friendly and we organized many fun event during all the year. I will be missing all my co-workers with whom I had very special relationship and specially my Ops Director with whom I really enjoyed working with during all the last 5 years. My job was stressful, I was reponsible – more... of all purchasing, negociations, bid evaluation, as well as the financial reports...) The hardest part was that I had to work every Sundays to submit all my weekly and monthly reporting on a timely manner. – less
worked as a delivery assistant (Former Employee), South Africa Johannesburg GP – January 7, 2013
Pros: free lunch and tea break
Cons: worked shifts at times 8hours and overtimes of 2hours at times
Obtained a lot of skills learnt how to work along with other people of different cultures and values.Everything got so well.We experienced pressures during the weekend but managed to beat that as a team.
Logistic officer (Former Employee), Cameroon – September 14, 2012
Monday is one of my best day at work, because that is beginning of the week and there is a lot of work to be done. I learned how to welcome and deal with people from different back grown, and to self (customer's) them to their satisfaction. I learn how to managed my /Company resource to satisfied my customer need and for growth of the Company. I have – more... a team spirit to work as a group and can also work under pressure. Dealing with the customer is one of the hardest part of the job and satisfying the customer's need is one of the most enjoyable part of the job. – less
everyday going to work, was a new route, new people to meet and make them happy. You learn how to be more organized, efficient and well coordinated. Going in to work meeting with your co-worker with a smile and great environment. Hardest part is must be very quick know what you need, choosing the quickest route in a short time. everyday going to work – more... delivering packages to happy costumers is the best thing – less
When I was there working DHL proved to be a good company with good bosses.
Route Driver (Former Employee), Markham, ON – March 19, 2012
Pros: excellent company to work for or with.
DHL is an excellent company to work with and I am willing to work with them anytime. For the time I worked there as a Broker,DHL has provided me with work every day doing a route at an exellent pay rate.
Productive, fast paced environment with humorous mornings
Driver (Former Employee), Greensboro, NC – May 9, 2013
A typical day at work would consist of having meetings every morning, plane on time, no injuries, package deliveries were on time, and our customers were satisfied. As our typical day went on, this taught our company how to be thorough on our job to prevent customer complaints, loss packages, and normal day by day work shifts. Management was good but – more... at times lacked communication which made our job stressful some days.While arriving at work and before loading trucks in the morning, my co-workers and I enjoyed spending time laughing and good fellowship before the day got started. While working during the day I disliked the plane delays which caused of our company to deliver late packages as well as getting home at unexpecting times. With that being said, fellowshiping with my co-workers in the morning and delivering customers their packages is what I thoroughly enjoyed and motivated me to continue to work. – less
warehouse trainer, goods in clerical (Former Employee), Preston Brook Runcorn , B@Q contract – May 9, 2013
Pros: this type of work suits me
After working for DHL for twenty three years i was made redundant, due to relocation of the depot, having worked for a big company I know its well managed, I have the knowledge of working in this line of work.
home delivery driver (Current Employee), armthorpe doncaster – May 4, 2013
Pros: nobody watching you allowed to get on with the job you like.
Cons: traffic jams
16 to 25 drops per day to customers homes delivering furneture to room of choice unpacking built up items. weights from 10kg to 90kg double maned, how to work to tight time lines, i get on very well with my co workers & with agency drivers as we have to tell & show them the safe way to do the job, the bad part of the job is trying to get to areas that – more... are difficult access for 7.5 tonne lorry,s being out on the open roads & in the fresh air , i love driving i have been doing it for 15 years. – less
It was a reasonable place to work, just like any other workplace.
My last Title was Freight Forwarding Agent. (Former Employee), CVG in Erlanger KY. – May 1, 2013
Pros: hats and tee-shirts were given to employees from time to time.
Cons: the health benefits were well deserving and the breaks were good.
It was a reasonable place to work, at times it was fast paced and this was understood, especially since it had to do with getting planes off the ground ontime so that they could reach their destination at a specific time as employees were waiting on the freight to have it delivered to customers. I learned a lot from working with people from different – more... backgrounds and cultures. The hardest part of the job was when someone had a specific responsibility and did not receive the full co-operation of co-workers. The most enjoyable part was receiving a honest day's pay for a honest day's work. – less
Mail Sorter (Former Employee), Grand prairie tx 75052 – April 30, 2013
I showed up at 2:00am my shift started at 2:30 all of my coworkers were there on time. There was one hard point at DHL and making sure all mail made it to the dock when it was supposed to be there with us all being so busy