Name: Jayne Nutting
Job title: VP of Human Resourcing
Company: DHL Supply Chain
Sales: not disclosed
HQ: Daventry
Number of employees: 38,565

What's it like to work for your company? Being a service provider to some of the world's largest brands makes it a challenging, fast-paced environment, but an incredibly exciting one.

Why is it a good employer? There's plenty of opportunity for personal development. Many of our employees move from one discipline to another over the years, and from country to country.

What's the best thing about working there? The opportunity to work with great people who take pride in what they do, and the broad spectrum of industries we support.Does the company offer any unusual benefits? Our management benefits package is designed to drive individual performance. Employees are rewarded according to the impact they make on our business.

How does the company differ from its rivals? DHL Supply Chain is a truly global organisation, offering a vast range of opportunities. We operate in an incredibly diverse range of sectors, both public and private.

Is there a definable company culture? Delivering excellent service is our number one priority, but we also strive to create a positive environment for all employees.

If the company were a car what would it be and why? I think we'd have to be an environmentally friendly truck! We're investing heavily to reduce our impact on the environment.

What's the training like and what qualifications can I earn? We offer development programmes at every level, including a number of initiatives to foster future leaders.

Has the company won any awards or been recognised in the past few years as an employer? Yes: a CIPD People Management Award 2010 for Excellence through Technology; a Target Jobs award for Best Graduate Recruitment Website; and we were named one of The Times' Top 50 Places for Women to Work.

What's your proudest achievement of the past 12 months? We centralised our management and clerical recruitment a huge project spanning all parts of the business within the UK and Ireland.

Are you looking for any people right now and, if so, where? We're always on the lookout for good people but the opportunities vary week to week.

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