DHL Express Remains the World’s No.1 Best Workplace™ in 2022
For the second consecutive year, DHL Express, the world's leading international express service provider, has been named the number one best workplace worldwide in the annual list published by Great Place to Work™ (GPTW) in collaboration with Fortune Magazine.
John Pearson, CEO DHL Express said: “The recognition by Great Place to Work™ acknowledges our continuous efforts and dedication to creating an inclusive, positive and fair workplace.
"For a company of 120,000 colleagues operating in different settings across 220 countries, this is a remarkable achievement.
“Since the onset of the pandemic and various geopolitical challenges, each person involved in the supply chain, from couriers to hub workers, and supervisors to co-ordinators, played a critical role in helping the world navigate the emerging logistical challenges.
"We are a people-first company and motivated employees remain key to the excellence of our global operations. While we are truly delighted about the achievement, we will continue to strive for improvement and invest in further nurturing the best possible working environment for our teams.”
Valuing the work of its employees is key in DHL Express and the company invests annually in a number of employee initiatives: The ‘DHL's Got Heart’ initiative enables and encourages colleagues to support charitable causes they are passionate about.
The ‘DHL4All’ framework which is centered on creating a culture of belonging for employees regardless of their nationality, ethnicity, ability, gender or sexual orientation is a strong driver of fair and inclusive practices.
And the ‘Certified International Specialist’ (CIS) program includes inspiring training and engagement content delivered by senior leaders – employees are empowered with the knowledge they need to deliver outstanding customer service every day.
Since joining the World’s Best list for the first time in 2017, DHL Express more than quadrupled the number of surveyed employees, and the number of participating countries, positively impacting the most people around the globe of all multinational corporations Great Place to Work™ considered in 2022.