Coordinator (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 16 September 2017
It takes a while for one to get acquainted with the task before he can appreciate it. Operating a clamp with various products needs a lot of training before one can get used to it, because every product requires a different clamping technique. Once you get used to it, you will start to enjoy the work, however you have to be safe and quick at the same time.
Free Lunches on occasions
The products are delicate. It needs special treatment.
Owner/Operator (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 13 September 2017
DHL was great in the sense that you could set up your delivery run the way you best seen fit. The only bad thing was when they combined runs a few people lost there jobs and had to to take a wedge decrease. But all in all was a great inviroment and awesome people to work with.
WAREHOUSE CLERK (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 30 August 2017
This company is a good place to work. You can learn more things about the company. The operation manager are good for everybody. In this company you can get training for other departments whenever you are willing for the cross training.
Free barbeque for all the staffs every three months
Casual Worker (Current Employee) – Richmond, BC – 14 August 2017
The work place is amazing, i would stay there and all my life, but since i have a better paying job, i work there as a casual. a day at work is clock in at your start time, sort mail, pack mail, clean mail, clean the warehouse and always having a good time there.
WAREHOUSE OPERATIVE (Former Employee) – London – 2 August 2017
• Working hard to meet all weekly targets set by supervisors • Ensuring packaging and dispatch of stock was conducted on time • Keeping and maintaining accurate stock records • Assisting with monthly stock taking
Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 August 2017
Start early in the morning and check waybills manifest and error shipments and shipments not delivered,communicating with drivers and customers on their shipments.Very little support from management,when you make a mistake that's when management showed up
Awesome place to work for. Centric culture allows you to develop and grow within the company They develop people from within 1. Growth: We give our employees a diverse range of opportunities to develop professionally and personally.
2. Impact: We empower our employees to contribute their ideas and skills and influence the success of the company.
3. Pride: We give our employees the opportunity to be a part of an organization that makes a contribution to society as well as to the world of logistics.
Professional company overall but with terrible management and culture
Multi Channel Account Executive (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 30 April 2017
During my 1 year stay at DHL Express Canada(Mississauga sales office) I mainly had a negative experience. Although if you work hard and deliver results you can get promoted fast, politics rules the work culture here. If the management does not like you you will have a hard time fitting in and advancing within the company. A lot of employees here decide to suck up to supervisors and the manager(who is a complete weirdo and just a terrible manager). Decent job for a first time job as the salary to start is around $45000-$50000/year with commission but do NOT stay here for too long unless you expect a lifetime of trying to be on your manager's/supervisor's/collegue's good side to advance in the company.
Decent salary and benefits
Terrible work environment and manager, politics rule
Mail Sorter (Former Employee) – Mount Hope, ON – 25 April 2017
Unsteady hours Horrible management, no respect unless you are a teacher's pet " Unionized is good and bad Good pay but not good hours Ok benefits The occasional free breakfast No Christmas parties Usually long hours because of ancient technology or plane delays Long hours because of lack of proper shifts
Pay is pretty good but only if you work more than 4 jours
Long exhausting hours because they don't have proper shifts . Horrible management