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Minimum wage according the gov. Policy

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Took my application into the store with my resume and someone from Milwaukee was there to talk with me at a table they had set up in front of the office. He asked basic questions and then went on to tell me that there will be a series of people to interview me if selected. That was 2 months ago and I have not heard anything back from them. It would be nice to let me know either way via phone call or Email, or maybe they are still weeding through other people, I really don't know. Dubuque,IA.

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Every December they have wage announcements.
Everyone gets the same raise.

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Good communication skills with associates as well as customers.

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Corporate aldi sets a quota of interviews the district manager must do reguardless of weather they need people or not.
Before you waste your time on a hiring event ask the employees of they are REALLY look I g for more help.

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It's retail.
If you expect weekends off, keep looking cuz at aldi you work most weekends or at least 1 of the 2 days.

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In Australia, all employees get benefits. They are federally mandated.

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Most everyone at my store has tattoos that are visible on arms.

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2 staff on each shift, never more then 4 in a day. Too few staff working for all the work required, injuries and high burnout and even higher turnout very common here. Aldi expect one staff to do the work of nine or ten others in one shift, doesn't care if they get injured or burned out. Nothing going to get better here in Adi's until they learn that doing more and more with less and less is just the worse business "strategy" to ever use. The stores don't have enough staff working. Please hire more staff in these stores to assist with safer working conditions for your staff and make it more possible to give better customer service. (Not possible right now with so too few staff....)

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