Store assistant (Current Employee) – Manchester, Greater Manchester – 11 April 2018
Morning shift- delivery in the morning After delivery is finished you get break or going on the tills. Depends of the managers and store. Afternoon shift- working back stock, carding the store, till operating
Sales Assistant (Current Employee) – Bolton, Greater Manchester – 9 April 2018
A good company giving store assistants experience in all areas of the store from customer service to stock control. The job is varied and can involve many roles in one day keeping the job interesting. Customer interaction is the most important part of the jo whatever your role might be that day.
Store Assistant (Former Employee) – Northampton, Northamptonshire – 7 April 2018
I worked for Aldi for about 1 year. I have to say that I was really happy with the company. Colleagues are nice and hard workers. Even the management is nice what is really unusual in these days. The job is well paid and the working hours basically depends on you. If u want you can do progress really quick. My only cons are not really the company's fault so I won't write it to the "Cons" section but I must mention that you need a lot of patience when you dealing with costumers. Aldi is one of the cheapest so many of the costumers come from the "living on benefits level" or simply just stupid. People do "amazing" things, making the shop really messy every day. Of course there are many nice costumers as well. After all it is a good place to work full with opportunities.
Store Assistant (Former Employee) – Middlesbrough – 6 April 2018
every Aldi you step into to work feels like a close knit team and a family, everyone is supportive from the caretakers to the management. the work is fast paced but you are paid extremely well from the job at hand.
Store Assistant (Former Employee) – Coalville, Leicestershire – 4 April 2018
It is a nice place to work but 1. you are not guaranteed the hours 2. You will be put down for all types of shifts including evening, weekends and nights 3. You might even go into work one day to find your shift has been crossed off and no one told you.
Store Assistant (Current Employee) – Thamesmead, Greater London – 4 April 2018
A typical day at work , consist of getting a till , been told what to do if not on till , eg working back stock delivery , put backs and tidying the shop floor and able to deal with customers when very busy. Have to be flexiable as sometimes routers change at last minute and you have to be able to work . Long hours and short breaks .
Assistant (Current Employee) – Atherstone, Warwickshire – 26 March 2018
Great place to work, friendly culture and flat management structure means you are expected to achieve a lot in your role in a really hands on basis. A place that you would never want to leave, if you could be recognised for your work and could progress within your desired field.
Store Assistant (Former Employee) – West Midlands – 17 March 2018
Worked for the company for over 4 years. Long shifts, minimal breaks. I left over two years ago, and the never paid me my last months wages. Tried chasing them only to be palmed off to various departments, by the time i decided to take legal action it was too late. Feel like i was fobbed off by them on purpose. I know of several other employees they did this too also.
Deputy Store Manager (Former Employee) – Brierley Hill – 15 March 2018
Fast pace. non-stop.I would be cashing tills up or on the till myself or I would be on the shop floor ensuring a smooth running store. Never really had chance for a proper break. As I would constantly busy. The store I worked in was very small so everything would go off sale very quickly. The management would always recognized hard working individuals.
Store Assistant/Cashier (Former Employee) – Leek, Staffordshire – 13 March 2018
The management within my store was horrific, the amount of staff that come and go is unreal, and this is all because of the management and the way they talk and treat you, you can cut the tension with a knife its that bad, don't get me wrong its not every manager. I have dealt with this company and the way my manager is for one year but its gotten too much to handle, i don't enjoy going to work nor working there, i honestly wouldn't recommend for anyone to work for this company. The best part of my job is the other store assistants, as they are in the same boat as me and they know how awful it is, however its not even like i can talk to them because when i do, i get shouted at.
I can balance a fast consistent work pace with also enjoying my work life.
HGV Class 1 Driver (Former Employee) – Neston, Cheshire – 6 March 2018
Aldi has the potential to be a brilliant company to work for which is ruined by poor man management staff. I was promoted during my time there and ended up leaving because of the way I was treated. The salary is great (I was a hgv driver) but being unfairly treated outweighed the money side of things.
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