Dispatcher (Former Employee), memphis,tn – July 13, 2014
answered numerous incoming calls dispatch drivers regarding clients concerns or needs scanned in undelivered packages handled front counter scanned out packages when clients came in for pick up answered and responded to emails faxed documents
Powered Pallet Truck (PPT) rider operator (Current Employee), Radlett, ENG – July 12, 2014
Pros: extended breaks
Cons: overtime on weekends
involves picking and sorting break bulk, the most enjoyable part of the day is moving pallets and cages around the warehouse to the correct location using a Powered Pallet Truck which i got an indoor certificated allowing me to be an operator. The hardest part I am facing is transport issues, i get lifts off other co-workers but its hard to make arrangements – more... with most of the due to shift changes, i trying to get my license so getting to work is hectic otherwise wouldn't mind the job at the moment. – less
WAREHOUSE ADMINISTRATOR SUPERVISOR (Former Employee), Highbrook – July 10, 2014
Pros: get work experience
Cons: unfair manager
I started as a Temp. Manager taught me the basics of the 2 agencies in 3 days before he was scheduled to leave on holiday.Detailed notes I took and help from my co workers progressed my knowledge and skill at running these two agencies. In a timespan of 2-3 weeks I was running two agencies effortlessly, without any help.
Freedom while on the road, get the job done in yor own way
Delivery Driver (Current Employee), Ontario, CA – July 10, 2014
Pros: being on my own, management allows me to do my job
Cons: no lunches most days, lack of time to complete deliveries and pick ups
No day is really typical. The amount of deliveries and pick ups vary. Traffic on some days are great but sometimes they are horrible. The wifi system which is used to receive picks and download completed deliveries may go down. There are day where everything flows or everything goes wrong. Since I have been at DHL I learned that packaging business is – more... very intricate and sometimes confusing. My co-workers are awesome...especially the three other drivers that service the City of Industry with me. We always help each other during the sort and also on the road. The hardest part of this job is the lack of time...especially when the freight is late in the morning. The most enjoyable part of this job is the freedom. Once your out of that warehouse, there is nothing being on that on your own servicing your current customers and hopefully gaining new ones. – less
Cons: sometimes working hours would be stretched due to seasonal load, otherwise everything ok.
Enjoyed working with DHL, as the work environment is excellent and we continuously were involved in employment engagement programmes, which were very motivating. Learned much in the field of Supply Chain, warehousing & distribution. Top level management's interaction with the employees down the line very personal and a touch of caring. Cooperative & – more... helpful co-workers, There never seemed to be any hardest part in our job at DHL, as each one of us worked as a great team, which in fact was the most enjoyable part working in an organisation like DHL. – less
Productive and fun learning workplace environment.
Casual Packer/Stocker (Former Employee), Brisbane, QLD – July 1, 2014
Cons: early mornings
A typical day at work would be clocking in and putting away my bag and lunch. Greeting everyone with a hello or goodmorning. Small catchups and then off on the grind. During work it is smooth at times hard working and just having small talk with mates and helping each other out.
The hardest part of the job is when there is a rush in of orders and you – more... have to keep calm and focused on every detail and work harder.
The fun part about work is having to work with great company everywhere. – less
Lead Super Usser (Former Employee), Secaucus, NJ – June 27, 2014
Pros: the good relationship between co-workers
Cons: people start to be fired their job every three month
* The typical day at work start very early in the morning, moving mail and the sound of the machines begin to say is time to work. * I learned about countries and cities that I didn't knew that they exist at all. * My coworkers are very nice and with good disposition to learn more * The hardest part is when the work becomes slow down, and people start – more... to be fired from their job – less