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What would you suggest ALDI management do to prevent others from leaving?

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  • Typical of retail managers across the industry would sacrifice lower employees at the drop of a hat to fuel their egos but thats the greedy selfish world we live in

  • Maybe listen to the drivers who do the job and not office clerks who drive a desk Neston rdc is in dire need of a management change appalling behaviour going on

  • Listen more to your staff who have been around for a long time. These are the employees who are faster, more efficient and know the job the most. Stop trying to replace them with new recruits who are £1 per hour cheaper.

  • High turn over of staff due to after 3yrs your on the highest pay 10.41 so you become easy to let go so the company take on a 9.40 person makes great business sense. Not so good for the employees who lose their jobs.

  • Management need to stop making fun of mental health issues and making fun of staff also racism.I had to work lates and every weekend if i complained i was bullied told to shhhhhh and thats what your doing, area manager useless sided with manager. No support help best thing i did was leave. The job is not worth your health.

  • Listen more. Get better training specific to man management. Take on more responsibility from the area managers. Currently store managers are little more than key holders. Be more aware of health & safety issues.

  • Employ more ppl to take the work load pressure from other workers.

  • A back breaking job with severely long hours and short breaks. Everyone is under extreme pressure and frustration is obvious. High staff turnover. Some staff are respected more than others. Not a good career path to take. Not a long term job hence the high staff turnover.

  • I could write a book about how the management system works for poor Aldi. there was like a clan of people that would point their fingers at everyone else's mistakes but not ever focus on their own mistakes. Very poor work ethics! Slavery was supposed to be banished, managers need a reminder! people are not slaves but when you walk in the door as an employee expect to work like a slave with a cape on. Only those with superpowers are able to complete all the task/ shifts and all the work that are expected to complete with targets that are ridiculous and not realistic. Managers should look at the schedule properly. Sorry my day off should not mean finish late the day before and early start the day after. I've finished at midnight the night before my day off , and on the day after my day off return to work at 4:45am work until 10:40am and made to take my 15 min break untill 10:55 in time to finish up and leave at 11:15 when I'm supposed to finish at 11am. working at Aldi made me feel sick most days. They should be reviewed by trading standards and British standards without anyone knowing. Bet they would be forced to close. How they deal with and support staff, and deliveries , shift patterns and breaks will need to seriously change. Quantity is not a quality. How quick things go on the shelves will injure those putting them items on display. Take heed listen to your staff. Learn what real moral means , if you do Aldi wouldn't lose so many staff. Horrible place. I have health issues from working there.let people finish on time give employees a fair breaks policy. Focus on your workers life balance. I could keep writing, I do now have a life. Thanks a again for the experience, I will always remember it as a bad one. I've learned no job is worth killing your self for. Aldi change your rediculous goals. Learn how to respect your staff. Do not belittle your workers. And follow the proper codes of fair practice and working laws.

  • Better work/life balance and regularity of shifts.
    Less gossiping staff.

    Deputy managers treat staff with respect.

    Put staffs wellbeing before unreasonable target times.

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