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92 questions about working at ALDI
The variety of every day. No two days are ever the same at Aldi.
Answered 5 April 2017
Come on a 14p tin of beans ! Not needed prices are great on their own
Answered 5 April 2017
I am Scotland, UK based and we are paid 28th of every month
Answered 21 August 2017
Your contract and hours are calculated fortnightly, usually staffs such as store assistants or deputy managers range from 40 hours a fortnight to 60 hours (depending on their employee contract). However, this range varies from store to store depending on the availabilities of the staff members in your team, as you may be asked to help cover members who are unavailable to work last minute. This is helpful if you have high availability and want to earn more as you may find yourself consistently going over the contracted hours (overtime). As for stock replenishers, store assistants are expected to fill that role by running the stocks from the back of the store in the warehouse, during the morning before store opening or during the night when it is closed.
Answered 17 August 2017
No you need to be 18
Answered 16 November 2017
Formal attire
Answered 6 May 2018
If we move to berth or overseas
Answered 6 September 2018
High spirited, efficient, practical, goal driven, customer focused, motivating
Answered 19 February 2018
Read up on the company and know what is involved and expected
Answered 7 November 2017
At 4 clock
Answered 15 May 2017
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