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DHL Express, a global leader in logistics and express delivery, is in 2017 the world’s eighth-best company to work in, according to an analysis by Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE.

The list of the 25 best places to work is a genuine indicator of how leading global employers invest in their staff, create a motivated and engaged culture on a global level and provide attractive options for the development of talent.  

“All of us at DHL Express are proud to be recognized as one of the best places to work in the world”, said Ken Allen, managing director of DHL Express.

“This is an unequivocal confirmation of our commitment to creating conditions for the development and progress of the most engaged staff in the world, in the most international company in the world.  Great Place to Work® is one of the strictest accreditation bodies; their ranking is based on an anonymous survey of thousands of employees, which is why we are particularly excited that our investment in people and high-quality HR development programmes have been recognized in this way”.

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