Nothing. They have a strict hierarchy called AMS (Aldi Management Systems) which is in place to prevent any sort of meaningful change. If I was in charge I would be obedient to my superior and do exactly as they tell me. That’s AMS.
Great everyone there was kind enough to tell me where to go and would
Call for the people I needed to see on the radio and everyone made me feel super comfortable
How long are the hours for managers? 8 hour shifts? 10 hour shifts? 12 hour shifts?
Store manager has to work ten plus hours a day with no overtime. Expected to work days off also. Can not take an extra day off without using a vacation day
Don’t bother if you’re anywhere near the age of 35 or higher, especially for management. You can have all the experience they’re looking for and be extremely confident during the interviews, but if you have any gray hairs sprouting at all, you’re doomed. I’ve been to the “final” interview twice now, and the last time I got passed over by someone who can barely speak proper English. They are VERY discriminatory in their hiring practices.
The only thing is being able to serve customers, which I would be chastised for doing. It’s a double edged blade, for going above and beyond for customers would make the days there better, but I would get more criticism from management because customers would “expect the same level of service from other employees.”
After you reach 15 dollar they don't raise your salary anymore but you MIGHT get a ONE TIME bonus that government tax alot, instead of raising your salary up and give it to you slowly which the government would tax you less. Fine a better job... No one really last long because this company slave your behind and treat you like less then a dog gets treated.
No Aldi part employees (casual employees) working less then 25 hrs per week do not receive any benefits or holiday/vacation pay.