DHL, which employs more than 42,000 people in the UK, has launched its own Military Employability Programme to recruit drivers from the ranks of those leaving the armed forces. In partnership with the Careers Transition Partnership (CTP), a joint initative between the MoD and recruiter Manpower, the logistics giant has designed the programme to give armed forces personnel with up to six months left of their military service work experience at one of its 400 UK operations, with the likelehood […]
DHL supermarket deliveries of coffee were looking increasngly uncertain this week after the Unite union escalated its threat against Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) and announced overtime bans among staff from next month.
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HGV drivers made redundant by RHA members can apply for a free day’s Driver CPC or an HGV driver medical to help them get back to work.