Mission: We want to stay the postal service for Germany and to become the logistics company for the world. We commit ourselves to making our customers, employees and shareholders more successful – without compromising on results. At the center of this is a two-pillar approach ...
I have been working at Deutsche Post DHL full-time (More than 8 years)
Great company atmosphere, busy and challenging environment. Pay is very competitive and bonuses are paid in the Spring. Company has a focus and direction which they communicate to their employees.
Typically too busy to engage in industry events. Too busy in general to take your time handling your day to day tasks. Some people got promoted because how many hours they put in vs. whether they really belong in that position.
Advice to Management
Provide more time and funds to send employees to industry/training events.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Deutsche Post DHL (Plantation, FL) in October 2009.
It was good - It took a long time because most travel for work and it was hard to coordinate the timings.
An offer was prepared for me but they had to put it on hold because of the hire freeze they recently had. Even though the problems being faced were in a different division it is their company policy that the hire freeze be done company-wide.
The phone interview was to Germany where they have the Headquarters. Approximately about 9 interviewed me. I didn't have a problems with that. They wanted to make sure you are a fit.
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