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My name's Rachel Trejo and I'm an area manager my day-to-day role at Aldi involves a lot of traveling so I'll be in my car traveling between my four stores I enjoy the fact that I never know exactly what I'm waking up to each morning so although I will plan my week well in advance when I actually get to store I don't really know what's going to be great to me that for me it's quite exciting the thing I love the most about our day is how it is such a fast-paced business whenever I walk into any of my stores I always feel there's a great buzz everyone always seems to have a smile on their face and it's just getting on with their work as part of a team working together the first thing that I do when I enter the store I'll always try and find the manager on the shop floor and find out how their day is going to see what's happening I do a weekly update with each of my store managers and as part of the update we will discuss the previous week and how that's been going we'll look at their financial performance we'll look at various targets that have been set and see whether that's come in we'll always conclude with a store walk and I'll ask my store manager to explain to me what they're focusing on what's happening in the store prior to working at Aldi I was working as a solicitor for five years I started to feel as though I was almost chained to a desk and it became something that I really didn't enjoy with this I'm travelling around in my car it's very much up to me how I plan my week and I know that every day is gonna be different I didn't just want a job I wanted something that would see me through for the rest of my life and I really feel like I found that without dating as an area manager I am the personnel leader for around 100 team members I like to try and sit down with my team is often as my camp and to make sure that we're really giving them everything that they're looking for from their career at Aldi the biggest difference between my previous job and the role that I have now is the level of responsibility that I got from day one during the first six months of the area manager program I was trained in store I was taught how to be a store manager and within 12 weeks I was given the keys to my first store it was such an exhilarating feeling to have full responsibility for a multi-million pound business when I first started at Aldi I had my own Alti mentor who was an experienced area manager from day one she was so positive about the company and about what she could achieve.

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What are some little-known facts about the business world?
Let’s again start with some unknown facts from the Business world :By 2030, it’s expected that India will become the world’s third largest economy with a projected GDP of $13,716 billion .The initial version of Youtube was a dating site by the name of Tune-in Hook-Up and where people can even get their relationships to weddingThe top 25 richest people in India have a combined net worth of about $174.8 billion, equivalent to the entire GDP of Ukraine. Additionally, India’s wealthiest man Mukesh Ambani possesses the world’s most expensive home, which cost $1 billion to construct.Samsung was the first firm in history to sell the watch phones, digital television and mp3 phones as well.India has the world’s largest dairy cow population,home to 17.2% of the world’s cow’s. The nation recently overtook the European Union to become the world’s largest producer of milk. In 2022. Indian dairy cows produced 132.4 million tonnes of milk.Wal-Mart average profit is of $1.8 Million every hours .Candy Crush Bring in a reported $633,000 a day revenue.In 1991 Motorola launched iDen I 1000 plus, which was the first mobile in history to got a feature a two-way radio, email facility and internet browsers aswell.Very few people know that the first person to invest in Facebook was Paypal co-founder Peter Thiel (L) who invested $500,000 USD and that’s amazingly huge.You all must have noticed the search page of Google is so simple and not much designer. The reason is Google founder Larry page, had no knowledge of HTMLThe first computer sold by Apple was priced at 666.66 USD, which is said to be the number of SATAN.The retina display of iPads we see is actually a Samsung production and Apple buys it from Samsumg.The main reason behind the twitter 140 characters limit lies in in its beginning as an SMS service also Twitter was inspired by SMS facility.
What is the best thing you have ever spent $2 on?
When my husband and I moved to Wisconsin, our oldest son was 4 and his brother was 1. We started out living in Racine, but moved to a trailer park in Pleasant Prarie a year later. It was great location for the kids, 100 acres a prairie as our backyard, Lake Michigan less than half a mile away. But we were extremely poor. My husband worked very hard at two jobs, but we made the decision that I would stay home with the boys.We budgeted every penny! And there was a year where we only had $20 a week to spend on groceries for a family of four. We always had apples to eat and we planned our proteins carefully. Every other week I saved out $2 for treats. Each child got $1 and they could buy whatever they wanted for that dollar. By this time they were 11 and 8. We shopped at Aldi, which had built a store near our home.Oh, the calculation that went on! They read the ingredients, learned to comparison check, and read the price per ounce. They found out fruit snacks are not a good buy, and carrots were sweet and a pound of them with ranch dressing made a great snack. They did not have to share, but they learned to be cooperative to have twice the variety! And we never criticized their choice. Natural consequences (i.e., no snacks left and days before payday) took care of thoughtless choices.I did not want them to do without, but I'm glad they learned the life lessons. They both have assured me they enjoyed learning to shop this way.
What advice would you give to someone who is moving to Perth, Australia?
Having arrived in Perth in 2022 and has been living here ever since, here are a few things to be aware of:The Jobs Situation: All over the world, jobs are getting more scarce, and this is true in Australia, but more so in Western Australia. The mining boom ended in 2022 (accelerated in 2022. since even friends of mine who graduated beforehand were struggling to keep their jobs by the time of the GFC). If you are looking for an engineering job, there are some available here, but you may be better off looking towards the east coast. Even Darwin and Adelaide gives more opportunities. But if you got a job here and are content to live in Perth, cherish it like it is your only child! I believe salaries are still pretty high compared to the average Australian city because people are still having that mining boom mentality.The Cost of Living: Overall the cost of living is high here, in terms of housing and even food. Although housing isn’t as high compared to Sydney or Melbourne, it can be a challenge to buy a house here, unless you are content living about 45–60 minutes away from the CBD. We also have some of the most expensive electricity costs in the world, so be prepared for that. The big reason for this is because of the mining boom which raised salaries to generous levels, but this appears to be shrinking now. Expect living costs for a couple (e.g. husband and wife) to be about a minimum of about AUS $2,400 (estimating the cost for rent is about $350) per month.The Landscape: People have described Perth to be more of a big country town rather than a city. The CBD area is pretty nice and cosmopolitan, but very miniscule and takes up less than 10% of the greater Perth metropolitan area. It might have a population about one fifth that of Sydney, but the land area is only slightly less than that of Sydney’s. You can enjoy Perth if you are an outsdoorsy person and love to go hiking, camping or going to the beach. Oh the beaches here are pretty sweet!The Climate: Related to the landscape, Perth is a bit humid and warm. If you are uncomfortable with 44 degree Celcius (about 110 degrees Farenheit) summer days, this might not be the place for you. But I am speaking about the apex of summer here. Winters can be cold, but its comparable to a place like Sydney or San Francisco. The climate overall is supposed to be very close to Southern California, actually. So if you love living like it is Los Angeles, but with 10% of the traffic congestion and cleaner air, you just might love it here!The Desolation of Perth: Places like Sydney or Melbourne are not so fare from other cities which cannot be said for a place like Perth, one of the most isolated cities in the world. It’s apparently the second most isolated, the first being Honolulu, Hawaii. This might be a turn off for some people, but others might welcome this aspect. But there is one aspect of Perth that won’t be so welcoming…Coffee: Be prepared for inferior coffee that is more expensive than average. And also try not to be too surprised to find out that there is no Starbucks in Perth. You can find them in countries like Indonesia and even Pakistan for Pete’s sake, but somehow Perth is less lucrative to open up a shop!So, that is all I have to say about moving to Perth. If there is any other point I have missed or you think I am incorrect about, please give a polite comment below.
How can a student survive in Germany?
BreatheAlright now that we've got obvious out of the way, let's focus on how you can make the best of student life in Germany.ArrivalGet your affairs in order as soon as you arrive. Enrollment, Anmeldung, Insurance, Bank Account etc.I've heard that the unblocking of bank accounts is taking longer these days. So carry enough cash to survive at least one month.Here is the blog we've put together Important things to do after arriving in Germany - Study in GermanyBasic GermanYou'll do fine in most cities without knowing German initially. However, if you have time at hand take up A1 German course before you arrive. It'll make your life much easier.Locate the supermarketYou'll probably have sometime before your semester starts. Go around your town and dig the supermarkets. Experiment. It will help you to understand,What food options are available. If you are a vegetarian, verify everything you buy with someone who understands German.It'll help you find cheaper options. The same product is priced differently in a different supermarket.As I know, Netto, Aldi, Lidl are inexpensive ones while Rewe, Edeka, and Real are on little expensive.The in-store brands are usually cheaper. Example, "Ja!" from Rewe. So, find out the in-store brand of the supermarket.Student DiscountsStudents in Germany get a fair amount of price reduction and subsidies. Find out about them. For example, Amazon provides prime free for one year, Spotify subscription costs half the actual cost, etc. Many softwares are also available for free for students.Tip: When you are traveling anywhere in Europe. Always ask if they have student discount. Example, Louvre museum has free entry for students from EU.The comprehensive list of such offers are summarized in a blog I’ve written, Advantages of being a student in Germany - Offers & DiscountsFirst semesterTake it easy. Do not bite more than you can chew. Take up about 3–4 courses and focus on them. You can attend an introductory class of all the courses that interest you and then figure out which one would you like to take up.If you find that you can't keep up with the course midway through the semester, drop it. If you fail the subject, it's alright. Welcome to German University.After the first semester, you'll have a better gauge of what is your capability and what is expected from you. If you did not have a good first semester don't be disappointed. It happens.This is just a suggestion. I know there are far more smart people out there from whom German University would be a cake walk. Yes, @GirlWithTheHazelEyes this isn’t for you.Part-time jobsDoing a part-time job would help you both financially and career-wise. I suggest you find a part-time job only after the first semester as it'll take time for you to settle in. However, the choice is yours.One point on this, I've heard there is a delay in issuing a residence permit for a student these days. You cannot work in Germany without the work permit, which is issued along with your residence permit. It looks like this,If you do find a job and do not have this permit clarify this with your employer. You can call Ausländerbeholder (immigration office) and ask them if and how the exception can be made.More on a part-time job in our blog, Part-time jobs in Germany for International StudentsHave funMost important of all. Have fun while you are at university. Go out to parties organized by universities and make friends. Learn about other culture and expand your horizon. Travel, pick up some sport, hike etc.Some more insight into What is it like studying at University in Germany?More questions? FAQs about Studying in Germany - The Honest Blog
How can I work at a supermarket or retail stores as a foreign student in Australia?
Assuming you’re here on a student visa, you’re allowed to work a maximum of 20hrs/week while you’re studying (during semester, in other words). With an up-to-date CV, you should then be able to apply for any advertised vacancies, as long as they’re within that limit.Most supermarkets are part of a chain (Woolworths, Coles, Aldi and so on), so you may not be able to apply by simply walking into the shop and dropping off a CV. The same can apply to retail stores, depending on whether they’re part of a chain or otherwise - independent retailers may be more likely to accept an unsolicited CV, but it varies.Online, keep an eye on websites like Seek. You can set up emails which the website will send you, and these can be filtered by type of work, full- or part-time (you’re after the latter) and rough geographical location. If all goes according to plan, you’ll have a handful of possible jobs to apply for in your inbox every day.In the “real world”, pay close attention to any retail outlets near where you’re studying. They’ll be aware that there are lots of students in the neighbourhood (hard not to be if you’re at a big university!), and will be more likely to have the flexibility of hours that you’ll need both for your visa requirements and for your study needs as well. Some universities will even have retail outlets on campus, and that can be a good place to start.You also may be able to speak to someone at your university who can help a bit. At UQ, the “Student Services” department has people on staff who can provide guidance with CV formats, job searches and so on. They may even have job boards there, as well.
My husband is getting a job offer in Great Britain. We are Indians and will be there for 2 years. How can we efficiently integrate into British society for the said duration? What are things we should know about the British culture?
Im from Mumbai, been in UK for 15+ years..So i can give some perspective on both sides.Written in good faith, pardon me if it causes offense to anyone, I really don’t mean it.If you are renting, take pictures/videos of the house and record any problems clearly.India is part of The Commonwealth, so we are allowed to vote in UK. make sure you register to vote with your local council.Expert testing, reviews and advice from Which? is a great site when you need advice.Citizens advice bureau offers free, impartial legal advice if you happen to need it.Poundland can be false economy. if you need something good but cheap which lasts you 2 years, try Wilko, Robert Dyas, Tesco, Sainburys, Aldi etc.STRONGLY suggest you read the highway code even if you don’t plan to drive.Get a credit/debit card as soon as you can. They work everywhere even in the smallest of shops.When cars flash headlights, it means they are giving up their right of way or are being courteous. just wave a thank you and move on.Don’t Knock on neighbors doors unless there is an emergency. People are very good natured, but reserved and don’t like unnecessary intrusion.Don’t shout at anyone including your (if any) children, its really looked down upon.Don’t try and talk to strangers when you meet them. simply give a smile and walk on.If someone says “How are you?” .. Just say “I’m good thank you”.. they don’t want to know about your illness or what problems you are facing. :)Honking is almost as good as shouting/insulting. So if someone honks, someone has possibly done something wrong.As someone mentioned already, Manners is the most important thing. If you are well mannered, people will accept you and be kind to you even if you make mistakes. Say plenty of Sorries and Thank you’s.REMEMBER, fairness takes precedence over ability.You might find some “Desis” who will tell you “Goras are rude” ..and probably paint a negative picture. DON’T believe them.Always give someone a chance to explain before judging them. Say what you feel and hear others at the same time. use words like may, shall I, probably, most likely, could have etc.Please don’t try and bribe anyone, especially not the police.Traffic Policing and “Normal” Police duties are carried out by the same Police.Remember there are CCTV’s everywhere. No littering. You will probably get bad looks and possibly a fine.Cross the road where it’s safe and allowed. Cars travel at high speeds here. Drivers don’t expect anyone to suddenly jump in the middle of the road without looking, so accidents can happen. The Highway code shall clear things up for you.Don’t be overly nice or overly helpful to anyone. know when to walk off. Keep all communication short, to the point.Don’t make noise after 10pm on weekdays.=== Now a little fun ===What happens when a Desi meets another Desi in UK. this is probably how the conversation goes, maybe the order will change a little/.. LOL:Visa/Citizenship/Passport StatusFamily details.Is mrs earning/working?Indian Location details..maybe boil down to caste if possible.Employment/Contracting DetailsHouse details…number of bedroomsHouse details…proximity/catchment area to top 10 uk schoolsHouse discussion.. When are you giving your current house on rent and move to a bigger property with 5 bedrooms?Grammar school discussion.Private Tutor discussionCar details, who has the most expensive car ;)Moan about expensive tickets for visiting Home.Moan about how you cannot save in the UK and how heavy the taxes are.exchange details of cheapest calling card to India :)Exchange details of the best mortgage advisor :)Peace…. Have fun !
How hard it is to get into a 4-year liberal art college to be an assistant professor in US? Normally, how many applications, interviews would it take before landing a job? Is it possible without teaching experience? What if I have a publication?
It is largely dependent on your field.Unfortunately, many liberal arts colleges have decided to enter into the shameful business of hiring underpaid adjunct professors to teach a number of classes, particularly in areas like the arts, humanities, and social sciences. It is relatively easy to land one of these jobs, but they pay a wage that computes to about what a starting wage at Aldi offers but without the benefits that the store chain offers such as health-care, -aid vacations, and retirement.There are several disciplines that are still hiring PhDs or ABDs in the instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, full professor track. I have seen very few STEM departments use full-scale adjunct hires to staff a department. In some senses, business programs, which have a hard time staffing due to the wage differences between academic and business positions, still hire full-time faculty to teach in areas like finance and accounting.Another factor is geographical. Those schools located in smaller towns are less likely to be able to attract a part-time staff and are usually looking to fill all positions with full-time assistants. While an urban environment creates a ready pool of potential adjuncts, a small town in Iowa or Minnesota or Nebraska does not have that ability.Good luck with your search.
Can you actually live working 40 hours a week at your country’s minimum wage?
Lets put this one to the test.Instead of writing in elaborate prose, let’s put down some actual numbers. Yes I mean literally writing out a budget.Now I’m speaking here of a single person. Because once you start to throw in dependents, there aren’t any limits. And I’ll lay it out in concrete terms based on the city which I live in, Philadelphia. Because I am well familiar with the costs of living here. As the sixth biggest city in America, it is hardly an outlier and it is certainly more expensive than most places in the nation.The federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour.At forty hours a week, that works out to $290 a week, roughly $1,200 a month.I will have to make some important changes to my lifestyle.I cannot live by myself and will have to take at least one roommate.I will have enough to feed myself but I cannot go out to eat at restaurants except maybe once or twice a month.I cannot live in some of the nicest/poshest places in the city.And it goes without saying that such things as cable, high-end internet and mobile plans, expensive devices are plainly out of the question.On the other hand, I will qualify for Medicaid and probably some food assistance. And I have to pay no federal income taxes.I will however have to pay my state tax at 3% (they have tax forgiveness but only if you make ~$9,000 a year or less).My budget would look something like thisRent - $500 a month (i.e. a $1,000 a month one bedroom apartment shared with a roommate, there are plenty of those in the metro area. No I can’t live in downtown Philadelphia, especially if I want to avoid city taxes.Food - $200 a month. If you think that’s crazy, know that it is only slightly below what I spend on groceries right now at roughly $250 a month.Cell phone and internet - $100 a month.Utilities - $50 a month ($100 for the place, split with roommate)Clothes - $100 a month ($1,200 a year will buy you more than enough clothes, especially if you buy at clearance and off season).Transport - $100 (a metro unlimited pass which covers not only trains but buses and trolleys).State taxes - $40.It adds up to roughly $1,100It leaves me with roughly $100 a month which is fine since life does not always go according to plan.And it would be plainly unworkable if I had any dependents like a wife and/or kids.Yes I will have to watch my expenses carefully. I do that already anyway despite making over twenty times the minimum wage per hour, so I’ll let you imagine how much more careful I will be then.The thing is that when I’ve had any conversations with people, I am struck by what is considered by these folks to be a “necessity”.Like the ‘right• to rent a place all to yourself.Like the ‘right• to live smack in the middle of a large city.Like the ‘right• to have as many children as you want without first asking whether you can even provide for them.Like the ‘right• to eat out.It’s not like all of those things above are theoretical, you know. I grew up for over a decade living in a one room apartment with three other people. I never once went hungry but we ate out maybe once a month at most. New clothes three times a year -birthday, Christmas and Easter. And two toys one each at birthday and for Christmas.It is how people lived even in America, let alone the rest of the world even until just a century ago. Our grandparents would have laughed in amazement at what our generation now thinks of as necessities.Yes I can completely understand how it would be hard to live for several years on the budget I outlined above.But the most important thing which nobody cares to factor in is that few workers stay at minimum wage for long.Unless I’m utterly unwilling to learn anything at my job, I’m not going to be at minimum wage in three years from now.Cost of Living in Philadelphia
Do employees get a discount on groceries at Aldi?
According to their Employment site, there is no mention of discount food items, and that is not surprising since Aldi is like a lot of supermarket chains. They operate under a tight profit margin, and any discounted prices affect their bottom line. Its called “Shrinkage”, which basically means loss of inventory value due to shoplifting, damage, returns, spoilage, dating, and including discounting..Skip NavigationSearch JobsMenuStore Management &Staff.The most valuable thing you earn at ALDI is opportunity.Store teams are the ALDI strategy in action. Every store is led by a dynamic, responsive and dedicated team leader who personifies the core values of ALDI. Within our cooperative atmospheres, store employees are certain to learn together and from each other as they collaborate to complete day-to-day responsibilities • because you’ll never have the same day twice.See all Store Management & Staff JobsRoles in our Stores.At ALDI, our organization is simple. Our flat hierarchy allows leaders to know their people, stay informed, and promote an open flow of ideas and suggestions to empower more effective decision making. As a result, we’re able to recognize talent and top performance early and often.Part-Time StockerPart-Time CashierStore AssociateShift ManagerManager TraineeStore ManagerBenefits at ALDI.All full-time employees will receive the following:Industry-leading wagesComprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance & Prescription CoverageGenerous vacation time & paid holidays401(k) plan with employer matching contributionShort- and Long-Term Disability InsuranceLife, Accidental Death & Dismemberment and Dependent Life InsuranceExplosive growthCompetitive salariesPaid trainingFull benefitsManager Trainee:Store Manager Trainees begin their ALDI experience with an extensive training program and learn what it takes to manage an entire store. You’ll work closely with our Store Managers and District Managers to efficiently and effectively conduct store operations while learning how to lead, coach and develop Store Associates.It’s a challenging career in a fast-paced environment. But that’s why it’s immensely rewarding.Store Staff:Our Store Staff is the face of the ALDI shopping experience and our most valuable asset. Their hard work makes it possible to uphold our company philosophy to provide the highest quality products at the lowest possible prices. Their smiles and pleasant demeanors keep customers coming back time and time again.As part of our Store Staff, you'll be front and center performing a variety of duties while delivering outstanding customer service. Store Staff positions include: part-time Stockers, part-time Cashiers and full-time and part-time Store Associates. Our staff is responsible for assisting Store Management by merchandising product, monitoring inventory and keeping the store looking its best. It's a great opportunity to get more out of your career and grow in an exciting environment.Store LocationsOur People.Meet your future teammates!Learn MoreFacebookLink opens in a new windowGlassdoorLink opens in a new windowLinkedInLink opens in a new windowALDI.usALDI InternationalExplore Other OpportunitiesPrivacy PolicyLegalSitemapAccessibility
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