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Aldi to recruit for 9,000 new roles

Aldi is to hire 9,000 new workers for roles in its stores and distribution centres as it looks to increase its workforce due to the coronavirus… View Article

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Aldi to recruit for 9,000 new roles

Aldi is to hire 9,000 new workers for roles in its stores and distribution centres as it looks to increase its workforce due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The supermarket has created 5,000 new temporary jobs and has 4,000 permanent vacancies.

In addition, it has increased its financial donation to the Neighbourly charity which distributes surplus food and other donations to those in need. It has also donated a further £100,000 to the Teenage Cancer Trust.  Earlier this week, Aldi announced that it had given £250,000 to Age UK.

To prevent shoppers from panic-buying, the supermarket has restricted items such as nappies, toilet rolls and kitchen roll to two items per customer. All other products carry a limit of four items per customer, with the exception of non-food special buys, Easter products and fresh flowers which have no restrictions.

 

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