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Sheffield stores could have vacancies as Aldi offers 1,500 temporary jobs for Christmas UK News

The supermarket is looking for staff to support its permanent colleagues by taking care of checkouts, stock replenishment, as well as picking and packaging of orders placed through its click and collect service.

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The positions come in addition to the 2,000 permanent jobs Aldi is also looking to fill by the end of this year as it continues to move forward with its plan to open an average of one new store per week. , and a similar number of permanent jobs are expected. for the next year.

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Aldi is recruiting.

In addition, Aldi is recruiting from its 11 regional distribution centers across the UK for a number of permanent positions, including warehouse selectors, logistics assistants and truck drivers.

Aldi also confirmed today that he will keep all stores closed again on Boxing Day as a thank you to his colleagues and in recognition of their hard work throughout the year. The supermarket has remained closed on Boxing Day ever since it opened in the UK over 30 years ago.

Kelly Stokes, Director of Recruitment at Aldi UK, said: “We always need extra support during the busy Christmas season, but this year in particular, colleagues in temporary stores will play a vital role in sustaining our shelves as the nation prepares to reunite with loved ones. after missing the festive celebrations in 2020.

“At the same time, we also want to recognize and thank our amazing colleagues who have gone above and beyond to serve local communities over the past year. That’s why we’ll be keeping our stores closed again on Boxing Day, and it’s really encouraging to see more retailers making a commitment to do the same this year.

Store workers earn a peak minimum hourly rate of up to £ 10.57 nationally and £ 11.32 inside the M25.

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Aldi last month announced plans to open 100 stores over the next two years after sales hit a record during the pandemic.

The discount chain has pledged to invest £ 1.3 billion and create more than 2,000 jobs next year.

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