Lidl
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308 questions about working at Lidl
If you are applying for a position such as Customer Assistant than dress business casually.If you are applying for a management position than dress formally.
Answered 24 April 2017
Terrible they will have u working 24/7 if they had the chance
Answered 3 April 2017
Lidl GB offer a 10% discount but Lidl NI offer no staff discount at all
Answered 20 April 2017
Some people like to have different colour but but to improve employers your colour should be normal as it should be so as look good for you and employer and also them for our customers to
Answered 16 June 2017
Prepare for interview is don't reveal you are a trade union member ,Then Job offer start Monday.
Answered 20 March 2017
Yes it’s the same at all retail stores/ supermarkets seen as though it’s their busiest times!
Answered 5 June 2017
NO background checks they just don't encourage trade union members that speak up more money needed.
Answered 20 March 2017
YES Trevor Francis tracksuit top is very popular amongst supervisory staff
Answered 18 January 2018
Yes they will still hire you, its spent and it's 6 years and over and after 6 years its definitely spent and probably won't appear on the check they do if they do one at all as I know they don't do checks on sales assistant roles but I think they do for duty management or store management positions just because of the added responsibilities you have as management dealing with cash, the safe and being a key holder, but I wouldn't worry too much.
Answered 8 August 2017
Get management to start caring about worker's, and show them some respect. Remember we have children and families as well.
Answered 4 December 2018
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