It is a physical and mental job, and if you don't balance this with rest, you can suffer.
I have learned that Aldi has everything organised right down to the minute detail. Everything is procedure and policy. Which i believe is why they are so successful.
The workplace culture has it's ups and downs as any job does. I enjoy people so for me the culture is great.
Hardest part of the job is the rotating roster, you could work day and night in one week, which can mentally and physically affect you negatively, and makes it hard to have a work/life balance.
The most enjoyable part of the job would be the friends you make working there. Everyone seems to be down to earth and easy to get along with. The company bigwigs are very nice people and will say HI and shake your hand regardless of your position. I believe they understand those that work in the store work hard & they will say they appreciate that. If only the appreciation was reflected in the paye, then I'd say more staff would be happier. But it is nice to be told thank-you. Overall not a bad place to work. I enjoyed my time there.