My experience with aldi was mixed, had the first of four interview stages in November, the store selected to hold the group interview was a 60 mile round trip, the interview was done within 10 minutes having started 15 minutes late, no feed back or email for approx 3 weeks then invited for the one to one interview but as I was working I had to ask for a different date, again no response then three weeks later new date given, area manager had “car trouble” so interviewed by store manager, four weeks later asked to go the the aldi experience.. all together took over 4 months and didn’t get the job which by this point was not a problem but again no information as to why which would have been helpful and having attended four rounds would have shown It wasn’t all in vain, it made me question how the company communicates with staff in general
Not by showing any enthusiasm, doing homework on the company or trying your best. As long as you know someone who already works in the store you’re quids in. They really are a complete bunch of chancers running the stores who haven’t got a clue about how to treat people.
Go to Sainsbury's or marks as the difference is only like £30 a year
Online application and questions, interview, trial day
Through agency, then permanent contract with 25h
Need to apply online through the website, it does come in handy if you know somebody who works there as they can refer you and get you an interview quicker.