Aldi are hiring new store managers but can you guess the salary? (Answer shown after you vote)

Aldi are hiring new store managers but can you guess the salary? (Answer shown after you vote)

Aldi the discount supermarket are hiring staff in Merseyside but can you guess the salary on offer?

Just to be clear this isn’t a paid for post by Aldi, it was just interesting.

A few more details to help you make your decision:

  • Working 48 hours a week, store managers will get five weeks off per year plus bank holidays.
  • Aldi say “Compared with other supermarkets our teams are smaller and the job involves a much wider range of activities.” [hence the high salary]
  • The German-owned firm are supposed to be opening 70 new stores in the UK this year as part of plans to increase the number of its outlets from 659 to 1,000 by 2022.
  • Sales rose 12% year-on-year to £7.7bn for the year to 31 December 2015.
  • £255.6m profit in 2015 in the UK

 

What would you expect the starting salary for a Aldi Store Manager would be?

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I once went to an Aldi Management recruitment assessment centre. Until that point I felt a very viable candidate, having held retail/F&B managerial positions, but WOW there were some high calibre candidates there. They were all graduates, really switched on people. They just sat us around a boardroom table and made us have a general debate/discussion, basically those who contributed the most went on to the second stage and those who said nothing were asked to leave. People think Aldi and think ‘skanky’ but I can assure you they have some quality people behind them.

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A nurse in the NHS starts at £11 p/h. I don’t know which is more shocking. How little the NHS pay for nurses who need degrees from university and have the responsibility of patients lives or deputy store managers who don’t.

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