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What is the most stressful part about working at Lidl US?

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Not knowing if the procedures you've learned will still be there next month. Nothing is ever certain, and the constant change goes beyond being adaptable.

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Staff being stretched thin to do way too many things, all of which "have to be done".

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Unrealistic expectations. Horrible store management. Low morale.

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Stress-free working facility

Answered - Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) - Orangeburg, SC

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The scheduling. If you are only giving your employees about 20 hours a week, so be it. The company made it clear the hours that were availible. It was made clear that I would probibly need another part time job. Once again, I understand. The real problem is the fact that the schedule usaully is posted the day before it starts and is never the same. How am I supposed to work another job under those conditions? I have a family and must provide for them. We were promised that the scedule would be out three weeks in advance in training. This is not a bad company, they just need to get their act together and keep the promises they made to us.

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Everything mostly the other employess

Answered - Cashier/Bakery Associate (Former Employee) - Henrico County, VA

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Availability of products for the customer

Answered - Store Supervisor (Current Employee) - Virginia

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