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Store Staff

Aldi United States

Shift Managers play a crucial role in keeping the store running and looking its best. They also must provide outstanding customer service. Shift… Aldi

26 days ago

Store Manager Trainee

Aldi United States

Youll learn about maximizing sales, controlling expenses and providing excellent customer service. Youll also learn how to lead, coach and develop… Aldi

26 days ago

District Manager

Aldi United States

Manage millions of dollars in business Run up to five stores in your own district Lead your own employees Make decisions that drive business results… Aldi

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ALDI Presidents Chuck Youngstrom, Jason Hart & David Behm
Chuck Youngstrom, Jason Hart & David Behm
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    Former Employee - Stock Assistant
    Former Employee - Stock Assistant

    I worked at ALDI part-time (less than a year)


    ALDI is a great company to work for if you have what it takes to rise to the top of the barrell if you like a company that is very structured and regimented then this is the place for you ALDI profits continue to rise aiding to the building of more stores be prepared...


    ALDI tends to work on a small number of productive staff they do not believe in full time work instead they use smaller teams of staff ususally on part time hours to get jobs done quicker to rely on productivity bonus, everything in ALDI is timed even down to going outside and litter picking a car park you may laugh when you see this but it is true.

    ALDI are one of the few companies who control there loss and gain by making the staff mark off palets as they arrive for delivery they will often deliberatley take things off the order or ask managers to hide things in an attempt to catch staff out this to me is very childish and unprofessional of a company that on paper is doing so well.

    The training at ALDI is almost non existent you are thrown in at the deep end almost from day one and alot of management and current staff use new starters to do all the horrible tasks that they do not want to complete.

    ALDI tills are like something from 1985 they are set for you to work incredibly fast but in order to do so you must remember at least over 100 PLU numbers on the tills again management will often send in area managers in plain clothes with test trollies in a bid to keep staff in check

    The "amazing" pay at ALDI only really kicks in after your probationary period has ended 3 months which unless your made of steel more than 60% of new starters at ALDI probably dont last this long.

    You are also only paid 4 weeks of your weekly salary at ALDI any extra hours you do are accountable on your next paycheck also if you are late finishing say you are due to finish at 7 but have to work an extra 30mins to compete your work that extra half hour is not accounted for ALDI also demands you must arrive at least 15mins early for your shift which is also unpaid "What the hell" get a grip ALDI

    If you want a company where you have to kill yourself in a dictated environment this may be the place for you but I would definitley think long and hard before accepting a position at ALDI try using forums like this for some general idea of the company or speak to members of staff instore to see how they feel not to long though you do get told off for standing and talking in ALDI.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    1 Use a form of respect 2 Dont be Bulldogs 3 We cannot work as fast as you can on our first day 5 Call us by our names 6 Dont use threats and intimidation to get your point across 7 Answer a question no matter how stupid it may seem 8 If a member of staff informs you they have just had a baby offer them some time off work 9 Get a sense of humour

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