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Material Handler8 reviews
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South Africa8 reviews

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it was informative, you learn new things everyday,encourage to work as a team, you are requested to work overtime in order to reach the monthly or daily target.Good environment to work in. sometimes work under pressure

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non

Cons

working overtime to reach the target
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Productive, underpressure, long hours and funny

VW side Centurion, was the hardest because picking was for the VW employees and packing was for the DSV employees. DSV would suffer the late picking as it will lead to long hour of overtime and over loaded work.

Pros

No free lunch

Cons

Just work
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Racism

Working for DSV would be much exciting if there was a fairly treatment to every employee no matter about the races or colour of their skin. I still believe DSV in phillip need a lot of change in the Management
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productive workplace

Very busy work enviroment with friendly staff.we always have to ensure the production line has enough kits to build for their schedule.we should never cause a line stoppage.

Pros

we dont work weekends

Cons

long ours
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Productive

Typical work day having to meet cut off time,working wit DSV taught to be time conscious and working under pressure to meet the dealer's demand working in a team was more fun as we learn to share ideas and improve work productivity to satisfy the client. The culture within the work place is neutral we all do the same work so its easier to adjust, the hardest part of the job is when the is more workload then one has to pick and pack yet not to miss cutoff. The most part i love is having to learn SAP.

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free lunches when the client is happy and the target is reached.
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Productive workplace

A typical day at work was hard as we had to work with heavy parts for cars and what i have learned is that if one works hard they acquire all that they want to achieve in life. Management was supportive and always made sure to motivate us as we did a good job. There hardest part was lifting of heavy car parts all on your own

Pros

Certificates Awarded

Cons

Long Hours
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productive and fun

fun to be around and i learn new things everyday,we face obstacles everyday so u have to be proactive and have to skills of sloving problems

Pros

empowering and uplifting my skills

Cons

long hours
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productivity put first above everything else

A typical day at work means that everyone must come to the party, every order dropped must be dispatched at the required cutoff times. overall my co-workers were helpful and fun to work with but the hardest thing about the job was that when a mistake is made then the person accountable for it would have to face severe disciplinary action. I feel that the management fails its employees all the time. Above all it was enjoyable to learn to use the different warehouse machinery and also knowing the different car parts was exciting.

Pros

Providing Of Skills

Cons

Pressure to dispatch all lines dropped per cutoff
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Based on 1 736 reviews

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3,2 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3,2 out of 5 stars for Salary/Benefits
3,0 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3,0 out of 5 stars for Management
3,2 out of 5 stars for Culture
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