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I applied online, got an invite to a group interview a few days later, I was the 1st person at the group interview out of about 40 people. The district and regional managers were there went over a few basic questions and told me that was all and the would email me if interested. I went home and not even 1 hour later the district manager called me from his personal phone and asked if i could go back for a second interview. I went back as soon as I got the call and interviews with the district and regional manager and after the interview I picked up a few groceries and as I was leaving the register the district manager chased me down as I was leaving and offered me a position on the spot. He said he didn't want me leaving without good news. Needless to say I started a week later.

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I was told that the only way to get hired in at Aldis if somebody recommend you that work there

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That's actually what they usually do: interview you in existing stores to get a team ready for the new store opening

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Your local job fair or at a store already open.

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I spent all the time filling out the form and couldn't find any way to submit it. So I looked it and people answered to print out the form and deliver personally. Tried that and it costs $6 to print the form.

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The group interviews are frequently just a screening process for new applicants. Often they involve a tour of the store. Be prepared to answer simple interview questions.

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48 hours tunr around from 1st interview. Then, 2 more interviews after the 1st, if your are lucky?

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It really depends on the state you live in. It also depends on how far they go back. Some employers go back 7 years and others go back 10 years. That depends on the laws in your state. Also i disagree with the above posters last paragraph. Yes you CAN be denied a job based only on criminal background. I'm in Florida and they absolutely will not hire you if they don't want to. It's up to them. There is no law here that says they can't deny you. I know a couple people with 3rd degree felonies over drug charges from 10 years ago. They passed the drug test and we're denied employment based on those felony convictions. Check your state laws. Also, call and ask the employer directly. They will tell you their position on any past convictions.

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No training whatsoever, you are thrown into the role because the staffing is so light and they are so desperate for employees

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