What it means to be an ALDI employee
Being an ALDI employee above all means embracing our shared values: simplicity, responsibility and reliability. That is what we stand for in all we do, wherever we are located. Beyond this, what it means to be an ALDI employee is as individual and diverse as the employees of ALDI North.
Depending on the country, there are up to 50 different job titles. The employees come from 117 nations and range in age from 16 to 66 years old. They all have their own view of ALDI North.
ALDI North is an attractive employer. To us, that means the following: We focus on performance and offer compensation above the payscale agreement. We give all employees the same opportunities. And we are becoming more open – not only in the way we communicate with external stakeholders, but also in the way we deal with one another.
Three perspectives – employee insights
Our Danish customers value environmentally friendly and local products highly. ALDI Denmark added 32 new organic products in 2017 and significantly increased the proportion of certified fish products
We leverage our expertise and experience to contribute to finding a solution for societal problems above and beyond our core business. As part of our social commitment, we support a wide range of projects.
On our journey towards becoming more modern, we are evolving faster than ever before. And one thing is clear: ALDI North employees should be kept in the know. Cue our new employee magazine – “einfach wir” – in Germany!
The trust of our customers is our most valuable asset. That is why we listen carefully to what they want. For more than 100 years, we have consistently and systematically tailored our products and services towards the demands of our customers.
We take responsibility for safe and fair working conditions and compliance with environmental standards wherever we can make a difference
The dialogue with our stakeholders provides us with valuable insights for our CR efforts. We are in contact with customers, employees, NGOs, initiatives, associations, suppliers, business partners, works councils and unions.