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Profile of Aldi

Aldi

Aldi

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Company profile data and any current placements can be found below.

  • Website

    www.aldirecruitment.co.uk/

  • Placements available this year

    5

  • Predicted degree class required

    2:1

  • Job types available:

    placement,internship,graduate

About this Company

Let's introduce ourselves
We’re bursting with pride here at Aldi. We’re one of the UK’s fastest-growing supermarket chains, the Grocer’s ‘Grocer of the Year’ (2016) and we’ve just opened the doors to our 700th store. You’ll also find thousands of Aldi stores across the world from Germany and Hungary, to Switzerland and Slovenia.
Yup, it’s all going incredibly well. But, without the hard work and commitment of our people, it would be a very different story. Precisely why we’re dedicated to being the best supermarket employer in Britain*.
 
*Matthew Barnes, Jan 2017 www.theguardian.com
Our pay and benefits are the highest in the sector, and we’re renowned for our training programmes (for example, we’re No.3 in the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers). But it’s so much more than that. So many of our 28,000 people have fallen in love with our ethos, the way we do business, and everything that we stand for. We’re getting things right, and you could be part of it.

Did you know... we're dedicated to being the best supermarket employer in the country. Which is why we've been paying all of our UK and Ireland staff over the living wage since February 2017.

Corporate Responsibility
Being rather modest, we tend to keep the great things we do for our customers, our people and the environment behind closed doors. But, if you would like to know more, our website will give you a great snapshot of our approach to business and life in general. Plus you can check out www.aldi.co.uk/corporate-responsibility to see what we’re up to right now.

Did you know...our partnership with the Teenage Cancer Trust will raise over £5m over five years.That way, we can make sure no young person faces cancer alone.

Equality and Diversity

Aldi is committed to ensuring the equality of opportunity for all of our employees and job applicants. We value diversity above all else and are dedicated to treating all of our employees and prospective employees fairly and with respect. We do not discriminate and ensure that everyone is treated equally, in accordance with the law and as an individual, irrespective of age, gender reassignment, sex, disability, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, sexual orientation, marital or civil partnership status, part time or fixed term contract status, pregnancy or maternity, religion or belief.

Aldi does not tolerate any form of harassment or bullying  under any circumstances. Our Equal Opportunities and Prevention of Discrimination policy forms part of the contractual obligations of all employees, and every employee has a responsibility to adhere to this policy. We strive to ensure that the working environment of all Aldi employees is free from harassment, bullying and discrimination.
If you have a disability, a learning difficulty, a medical condition or other need, which you feel may affect your performance in the selection process, we will endeavor to make reasonable adjustments to our processes. If you would like to request support with your application then please answer ‘yes’ to the following question on the application form ‘do you have a disability that may require us to make reasonable adjustments to the selection process or the role environment’.

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