At Distribution Management, we know our success is built on the ability to encourage and support the success of each employee. A dedication to high standards, positive attitudes, mutual respect and employee career development are at the heart of our corporate mission.
Life at DM
“We believe in cultivating a positive experience for our team. Caring for each other, our community, our business and our clients is elemental to delivering our brand promise and doing greater good.”
The overall health of an organization is measured by the satisfaction of its employees, and it’s not always about benefits and vacation time. When team members feel challenged, inspired and heard, they feel valued. That’s why Distribution Management has been voted a top workplace for the past 10 years by its employees.
Distribution Management's Corporate Wellness Program was put forth to inspire good health within its organization. Health-related Lunch & Learns, fitness challenges, and on-site visits by medical professionals are just a few ways Distribution Management incentivizes their employees to live a healthier life.
The DM Way is a guiding philosophy emphasizing a streamlined and standardized approach to our operational ecosystem that ensures a consistent, positive experience for both our customers and our employees while keeping our number one mission in mind — excellence in distribution.
The FISH! Philosophy empowers employees to be more effective in any job. When a team lives the philosophy, they improve their culture and create better results. Organizations worldwide use the FISH! Philosophy to improve teamwork, customer service, employee engagement, retention, recognition, and leadership.
We value your experience
We carefully select and train our employees and value their experience over time. The average length of service of our employees is six years. This is impressive when you consider the number of employees added annually to keep pace with company growth.
We promote from within
When positions become available, the company first looks at internal candidates and has a history of promoting from within. Hiring from the outside is necessary when a specific skill set cannot be found from current employees. At Distribution Management, you can go as far as your talents and initiative will take you.
Perks & Benefits
Our people make the difference.
- Trudy Kaiser
Vice President of Human Resources