Great ideas with a lot of flawed execution.
Lidl has a fantastic opportunity to truly make a mark here in the US, and has some of the necessary talent to do so, but the below subpar communication within the company will torpedo the whole operation if steps aren't taken to correct that. You can implement all of the shiny distractions you want (free coffee, table tennis, foosball, whatever), but you are, in essence, just sprinkling glitter on a wound to make it look more attractive. The turnover rate should be proof enough of that.
There are some upsides, to be sure. The pay is pretty great (provided you actually get paid correctly, that's a fairly common problem), the benefits are good, and collaboration/communication within each individual department is pretty solid. The communication breakdowns occur primarily between departments, and with high level management. The number of times I've witnessed direct questions completely side-stepped by VPs is absolutely astounding, and did nothing but lessen my faith in them as so-called leaders. I know that (at least some) department managers and directors are fighting the good fight, but there's only so much that can be done when it's evident that nothing is changing for the better.