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How much does DPD pay warehouse operatives per hour?

Β£9.20–11.73 from 12 warehouse operatives at DPD

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What’s it like working as a warehouse operatives?

Warehouse operatives have the job of sorting, moving, and packing products that come into and leave a warehouse.

They can work in stockrooms or warehouses (sometimes called distribution centres or depots).

Other names for warehouse operatives are:

  • Warehouse associate/ op/ assistant
  • Storeman
  • Picker and packer
  • Loader

This type of job may include:

  • Checking in new products that come in
  • Making sure products aren’t damaged (quality control)
  • Checking for missing items
  • Picking products that have been ordered
  • Packing products ready to be shipped
  • Meeting targets around the amount of work you can get done
  • Using stock management software
  • Keeping the warehouse clean

A lot of this work is physical and requires you to be on your feet.

You may have to work night shifts, on weekends and bank holidays.

If you want to apply for a warehouse operative job, you might need the following:

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  • Best thing

    Occasional downtime, nice colleagues

    Worst thing

    Ripped off for cups of tea and chocolate out of the vending machines, water supply is dirty, don't get paid properly, no hopes of progressing, faulty equipment.

    Warehouse operative, October 2020

    • Β£9.21 per hour
    • 25 or older
    • Less than a year experience
  • Best thing

    It's like a gym

    Worst thing

    The managers

    Warehouseman, December 2019

    • Β£11.22 per hour
    • 21–24 years old
    • 1–3 years experience

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