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.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Red Deer, AB – 12 July 2016
split shift dividing parcels for delivery unloading trucks. management was not the greatest but i made do. most of my coworkers were good the hardest part of the job was trying to divide the parcels and figure out which route the parcels went to
Account Manager Outside Sales (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 15 June 2016
a lot has changed in the last few years, but it was a typical 7 day work week, with clients calling you on weekends, and all hours of the night. Very stressful position when you manage major accounts spending millions of dollars.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 1 June 2016
DHL express in Brampton presents the impression to their employees that they are professional and care but don't be fooled. The issue begins with their inconsistent and incompetent trainer and management who instead of providing proper answer leave you if you are having an issue with a customer to sink or swim. The sad things they know they have inconsitent training but do nothing to fix it. When you are there you are just a number. Dont be fooledby how much money they have generated you wouldnt believe the unprofessional and gross short cuts the take that hurts the employee and customerTheir management is so unprofessional alot of micromanagement and they are, management, really good liars convincing you that you ve done a great job but turn around and blame you for things out of your control. If you're considering to apply for this run for the hills . Note there was a last review on this site that said the same thing but since I have worked here everything about them being unprofessional is true
Sales - International Lead Generation Specialist (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 19 April 2016
A typical day at work involves: Making cold calls to businesses, calling warm leads. Following up with leads, emails and voicemail. We have daily targets to reach 90 calls and 10 Leads that are qualified.
At my time working at DHL Express, I have gained some great transferable sales skills. Have become very competitive with reaching sales goals. I have gained cold calling skills, great communication skills, and customer service skills.
The environment is great: Work hard, play hard. We get rewarded for reaching our sales targets.
Company has a great "First time buyers campaign" . Sales incentive make a great way to reach targets,
Team Leader - Customer Care (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 3 February 2016
Great People to work with Very Friendly Coworkers and Management Typical Day involves interactions with customers and liaising with the network towards locating shipments and resolving customer complaints Hardest part of the job - When you are helpless and have to say No to a customer. Being Productive - You get to learn something new everyday if you are willing The more you give; the more you get back is what I've found.
Excellent customer service. Great orientation and teaching programs. Very professional. Time is of the utmost importance. Taught on multi-tasking very efficiently. Working successfully under pressure of customer demands was key and strongly helped to excel with that.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 22 August 2015
105 employee crew including drivers, warehouse, back office under my team of 2 supervisors and one manager. All aspects of warehouse operation Union and non union environment Designated Trainer in Warehouse, dangerous good, aircraft operations, screening and xray Driver dispatch Time restraints and aircraft ops would be the hardest part but also the most exciting parts of the job. Excellent team and crew.