Contract logistics solution provider, DHL Supply Chain, has been recognised as a ‘Great Place to Work’ in Australia.
“The team’s dedication to promoting a culture of #ConnectedPeople, who truly enjoy what they do at DHL Supply Chain, is the reason we have had such stellar survey results,” said DHL Supply Chain Australia and New Zealand CEO, Saul Resnick. “We are really proud to have achieved this certification.”
Submissions were judged according to the following criteria: Credibility, Respect, Fairness, Pride and Camaraderie. Using employee feedback, certification confirms that seven out of 10 employees have a consistently positive experience at DHL Supply Chain Australia. Great Place to Work is the global authority on workplace culture, employee experience and the leadership behaviours proven to deliver market-leading revenue and increased innovation.
“We congratulate DHL Supply Chain Australia, on their Certification,” said Sarah Lewis-Kulin, Vice President of Best Workplace List Research at Great Place to Work. “Organisations that earn their employees’ trust create great workplace cultures that deliver outstanding business results.”
DHL Supply Chain Australia annually invests in its employees running various HR initiatives to continuously improve working conditions and motivate its teams. For example, the Certified Supply Chain Specialist (CSCS) learning program offers various curriculums, equipping DHL Supply Chain employees with the knowledge that they need to deliver the best quality service for customers each day.
“We are so proud of our employee engagement across Australia,” said DHL Supply Chain Australia, Country Manager Human Resources, Carolyn Gorrey. We are continuously pushing ourselves to strengthen our culture further with each passing year. Employees are at the heart of our business and continue to be our focus.”
Every year, Great Place to Work, a global people analytics and consulting firm, assesses the work experience of employees through their certification program. In 2020, more than 10,000 organisations participated in the survey process, representing the voices of 10.2 million employees in 92 countries.