DHL Employee Reviews in Atlanta, GA
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. A wonderful place to work for upper management and middle managers. Not so great for temps and general laborers. Depends on what you're looking for.
Benefits are available after your probationary period.
Volume of work is not consistent throught the year because the product is seasonal. (Keurig Coffee)
The first few months were ok, but there was a lot on drama and contention among employees and management. Didn't feel management at the time truly appreciated or respected their employees
push people too hard. Long work days. no appreciation
Monitored shipping activity on various accounts and contacted employees in other states to ensure same day delivery of late shipments, prepared shipping reports, ordered shipping supplies and tracked shipments. I learned good customer service skills and the management worked hard and were very helpful in assisting me to do my job better. The workers have similar skill set which made it easier to work with one another and to follow up on someone else's work that overlapped my own. The hardest part of the job was pleasing the high profile customers whose expectations were sometimes unrealistic. The most enjoyable part was working for a company with offices all over the united states with employees who understood that we all had the same goal of delivering packages on time and all willing to help each other make that happen.
The pay matched the work effort
Being held accountable for things beyond your control, like lost or late shipments
Formally known as Exel Logistics which is now DHL is the best place to work for. Job security is great, benefits are very fair and management cares about their associates.
Pay, benefits, management, opportunities to transfer or be promotoed
The work was ok, you could always take on more work which they like but never appreciated. You could sell other services and were never acknowledged of doing so. The management was the worst because they made sure each entity within the department stayed divided so that there was animosity between co-workers. Hardest part of the job was dealing with management who never seemed to be satisfied, the most enjoyable part was leaving at the end of the day!
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No accountablility, everyones just learning as there go (start up company) just not my type of job. Needs better management, more compentent workers, and better training
Sop was horrible, Not plan put into place that acyually wokred with being a 3pl compnay, Organizing and scheduling was the worst
Company lost significant revenue and market share over the 11 years of my employment. Management implemented programs that essentially caused people to decide to relocate or lose their jobs. The people that worked at DHL were great but middle and upper management were not engaged with the desk level workers.
old boy's network
Fast paced work environment dealing with all forms of transportation (Road, Ocean, and Air). Freight forwarding deals constantly with problem solving, which can become extremely rewarding. A typical day at work would start our daily Performance Dialogue, which each account would explain their workload for the current day, and previous day. Management was awesome, as well as co-workers. Hardest part of the job would be picking up a workload for a co-worker who is absent. The job would still get done. The most enjoyable part would be my getting to know the global customers, and building relationships.
Great place to work for.
Being under contract.