TARGETjobs black logo


8.9 / 10

(based on 21 ratings in 2017)


"It's a very diverse company with lots of signs and diversity events showing how proud they are of this."
Graduate, Rugby
"I believe DHL takes good measures to ensure that diversity is taken very seriously. For example, a mandatory diversity training course must be completed when starting. I have not picked up on any diversity issues so far."
Graduate, London
"There are more women than men in my department. There is no bias regarding race or sexual preference. The office has a high turnover so the recruitment is an ongoing process. There is no childcare offered but there is maternity leave and the option to come back part time."
Graduate, Birmingham
"We have recently been named in the Times' Top 50 Employers for Women and were the only supply chain company on the list."
Graduate, Milton Keynes
"Everyone signs a diversity and respect at work policy. Any unwelcome comments are dealt with appropriately."
Graduate, Daventry
"The industry itself is very male and white, but the company is making obvious efforts to change that. As someone coming from a foreign country for this grad scheme myself, I have personally never felt like a minority or left out."
Graduate, Daventry


"I haven't seen any discrimination in the company. I am non-British and feel I am treated very fairly."
Graduate, Northampton
"Nobody is left out at DHL. They employ people who can do the job."
Retail, Graduate, Bedford
"It's very diverse on the ground level. Less so as you move up currently."
Graduate, Coventry
"I'm part of the diversity forum for the business and can see the work being done to try and promote this. As always, more could be done."
Graduate, Milton Keynes


"I have not come across any diversity issues whilst on-site, the company employ people of all ethnicities and diversities and their policies are very strict."
Graduate, Glasgow
"As a global business we are very strong on diversity. I have not encountered any issues of discrimination in the workplace. It would be nice to see more women in senior positions, but I think this is an industry-wide issue."
Graduate, Rugby
"The business is quite heavily male-dominated (particularly in operations), but otherwise does not have any other diversity issues that I am aware of."
"DHL is keen to promote diversity in the business, celebrating World Diversity Week every year. On my site we specifically focus on things like differences in culture/country of origin but I know that there are resources available for LGBT and people with disabilities. DHL recruits from a wide range of backgrounds and won't stop anyone from applying for promotions within the workplace. Also many agency staff will get put onto DHL contracts after certain periods of time."
Graduate, Daventry
"The company is very good in this regard. Annual diversity day celebrations are held to celebrate the range of backgrounds that work within the company."
Graduate, Birmingham
Our 'Inside Buzz' reviews are the comments and views of recent graduate recruits, giving you a view of what it may be like to work for an organisation. Copyright of all TARGETjobs Inside Buzz material lies solely with GTI Media.