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26 days ago

Store Staff

Aldi United States

Shift Managers play a crucial role in keeping the store running and looking its best. They also must provide outstanding customer service. Shift… Aldi

26 days ago

Store Manager Trainee

Aldi United States

Youll learn about maximizing sales, controlling expenses and providing excellent customer service. Youll also learn how to lead, coach and develop… Aldi

26 days ago

District Manager

Aldi United States

Manage millions of dollars in business Run up to five stores in your own district Lead your own employees Make decisions that drive business results… Aldi

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ALDI Presidents Chuck Youngstrom, Jason Hart & David Behm
Chuck Youngstrom, Jason Hart & David Behm
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    Current Employee - District Manager in Saint Louis, MO (US)
    Current Employee - District Manager in Saint Louis, MO (US)

    I have been working at ALDI full-time (more than 3 years)


    At Aldi you work with a team of people that are the best of the best, so no more picking up other peoples slack. The company takes excellent care of its people when it comes to pay, benefits, and treating you well. Aldi is a very solid company as well and will be around for a long time. Aldi has a very flat structure which means promotions increase pay by large amounts, information travels fast, and each person matters more to the team. The best part of Aldi is the people, once you are past the training stage you look around and realize that every person in the company is not only hard working and caring, but also in general just great people to spend your time with. At Aldi, challenging tasks are taken on by teams like a game because they all have fun doing it and a sense of group pride when it is over.


    Aldi only has cons if you are not the right type of person to work there. Like I said, Aldi is the best of the best, so that means that you have work very hard to get up to par. Aldi gives you excellent training to get there, but prepare yourself to work harder than you ever have during your first year there. After your first year, you become much more efficient and are no longer working with the best, you are the best.

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    Continue supporting new staff, with very exiting expansions going on, new hires are going to continue being vital to the company. An extra focus on training (without hitting spmh) would help support new hires as they adjust to the Aldi pace and ultimately reduce turnover and increase operational skills of the staff.

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