DP-DHL prepares to do battle for market share as outlook dips
Deutsche Post-DHL chief executive Frank Appel has issued a thinly veiled warning to competitors that ...
UPS is to hire an additional 95,000 workers over the festive holiday period, while FedEx is expected to announce its plans later today. Amazon has made no announcement as yet – but all the e-commerce companies are likely to use temporary workers to avoid the Christmas crisis of two years ago. But – as the WSJ notes – this could be a tricky task. Unemployment is low, and there is high demand. Will they offer enough pay to lure a workforce?
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