Deputy Store Manager (Current Employee) – York, North Yorkshire – 7 February 2018
Aldi is a great company to work for the only thing letting them down is the promotion side..Aldi has great benefits every shop is differently ran but the postions are always changing which I don't like. They take back responsibility alot.
Store Assistant (Current Employee) – Bretton North – 22 May 2018
Apprenticeship. treated like you should put any outside problems outside of work and leave them. Can’t bring any emotional stress into work as management don’t give a toss about you or your feelings. Work is so hard and pressured me into meeting targets when after 3 months I wasn’t hitting them, not my fault they sat me on till for 2 months straight.
Management is so poor and a lot are so unfriendly. If I didn’t need the job would have left before and only been there 6 months, don’t recommend at all Pay is good I must admit but short staffed and having to work your feet off for 8-10 hours straight is exhausting, extremely short breaks too. Not worth it in my eyes
Store Assistant (Former Employee) – Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire – 20 May 2018
hard work with very little reward, store if run very badly as there are to many managers with diffrent ideas all trying to force thee way and ultimatly ends up messing up and the blame beng passed. the higher management push for more work done and expect no breaks to be taken till its all done (can be anywere from 4-7 hours before a break is recived) all whilst they have very little experiance on the shop floor and dont know how to do the jobs to the standard there ultimatly pushing for there staff to do the same job to