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My experience with aldi was mixed, had the first of four interview stages in November, the store selected to hold the group interview was a 60 mile round trip, the interview was done within 10 minutes having started 15 minutes late, no feed back or email for approx 3 weeks then invited for the one to one interview but as I was working I had to ask for a different date, again no response then three weeks later new date given, area manager had “car trouble” so interviewed by store manager, four weeks later asked to go the the aldi experience.. all together took over 4 months and didn’t get the job which by this point was not a problem but again no information as to why which would have been helpful and having attended four rounds would have shown It wasn’t all in vain, it made me question how the company communicates with staff in general
Hi, thinking of applying. If you play sport is this a no go? Or can you work around hobbies/ commitments through the week and weekends
Work will. Always come. First they expect you to. Be flexible but arnt flexible Them selfs.
Hi i went through the interview process and got a email to accept the job offer i completed the forms and they said they will contact me with a appointment for contract signing i still haven't heard anything after 3-4 days and i am confused as the manager said when i went to the work experience i would start the first monday in septmeber thats 6 days away but still nothing how long does it typically take for them to get back as i know they are a successful busy company many thanks
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Aldi has different interview processes I think depending on your qualifications. My interview process consisted of having an individual assessment with the area manager, passing that then going in for a “store experience.” I know someone who had to go to a group interview.
I was looking at enrolling in the graduate programme, but one of the requirements is a driving licence and I can't drive, due to a disability (am happy to use public transport and/or my bike). Do they make exceptions in these cases?
No, due to the shifts you will need to be able to get to the store at 5am at the earliest and be able to stay until 2300
The whole interview process was very engaging and fun yet intensive. There are a few stages but your made to feel at ease, things may have changed now but during my interview 1 on 1 it was a very chilled and casual chat, the group interview was fun and a great experience.