Each new employee at DPD France benefits from a comprehensive induction programme to enable you to adapt as quickly as possible and be operational in your new position.
You will thus discover the company's different business lines and will be able to talk to employees from each department.
As a fast-growing company operating in a vibrant sector, we offer you the opportunity to evolve quickly by taking on a wide range of responsibilities.
DPD France allows its employees to benefit from a tailor-made career path.
In order to make the most of its employees and keep pace with market developments, DPD France relies on the transmission of know-how, skills development and training.
Aware of the challenges of professional equality, DPD France is committed to gender equality in a male-dominated sector of business, thus enabling everyone to access all of our jobs and to take up managerial positions.
Thus, 28.38% of senior managers are women and 71.62% are men.
In 2021, DPD France achieved a score of 85 out of 100 on this index.
Gap in pay between women and men
Gap in individual rate of increase between women and men
Gap in promotion rates between women and men
Percentage of employees who received a raise within one year of returning from maternity leave
Number of employees of the underrepresented gender among the 10 highest earners
Women and Men Equality Index
At the heart of our CSR commitments, DPD France aims to be an employer of choice and to offer all its employees a respectful and ethical environment.
Our Mission Handicap initiative, supported by the company's Human Resources and CSR departments, is part of this approach.
Our Mission Handicap aims to promote the recognition and improvement of the working conditions of the company's disabled employees, and to encourage the recruitment of disabled workers.
Find out more about our CSR commitments in the dedicated section of our website.
Quality of life at work:
Concerned about the development of the occupational health policy, the Management of DPD France and the trade union organisations signed an agreement on the Quality of Life at Work in January 2020 to ensure the safety and well-being of employees with the necessary strategic changes in our organisations.