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BONN: January 31, 2019. According to the Top Employer Institute (TEI), an organisation that measures corporate human resource policy, DHL Supply Chain has been recognised for the third year running.

TEI highlights employers around the world who create excellent working conditions for their employees with a certification process based on a comprehensive audit of 600 aspects of human resources.

DHL volunteeringAccording to its web site, there are 57 top employers in transport and logistics with a global certification. DHL is recognised as such in 55 locations with Saint-Gobain in the remaining two.

DHL Supply Chain was singled out for its approach in the areas of Talent Strategy, Leadership Development, Career & Succession Management and Learning & Development. The certification process consisted of an extensive HR Best Practice survey including a third party audit.

Programmes such as the Global Volunteer Day (pictured) and the multiple GoHelp initiatives also give employees the chance to put into practice key tenets of social responsibility promoted by the company: supporting the community, protecting the environment and promoting education.

“We are delighted to be awarded as a Top Employer for the third year in a row. This certificate demonstrates that our efforts to create a sustainable HR strategy at DHL Supply Chain are paying off,” said Rob Rosenberg, global head of Human Resources at DHL Supply Chain.

“Especially in the field of contract logistics, a motivated and well-trained workforce is key to offering customers optimal solutions. Which is why we take a proactive and multi-layered approach to both attracting and retaining employees,” he added.

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