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    Recommends

    I worked at Albert Heijn part-time

    Pros

    1. Compared to other supermarkets hourly wage. 2. Being able to choice which hours you would like to work.

    Cons

    1. high-pressure jobs with working goals with were sometimes unreachable. 2. Not get paid on overtime 3. Not being able to go on vacation in December due to Christmas rush. 4. If your buddy works slow you won't be done on time, despite you filling at the right pace.

    Advice to Management

    1. Set some reachable goals 2. pay overtime if it isn't their fault.


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    Application

    I applied in-person. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Albert Heijn.

    Interview

    I was working already for a few years in the shop when I was asked if I was interested in another position. I was because I was unhappy with my job at that time so I applied for it. After an interview with the HR parter and region manager of my region I was enrolled for the training programme of one year.

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Website www.ah.nl
Headquarters Zaandam, Netherlands
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1887
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Retail
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

There's nothing small time about Albert Heijn, who began selling groceries in the 1880s and whose namesake chain is now the #1 food retailer in the Netherlands. With more than 820 company-owned and franchised supermarkets and AH to Go convenience stores throughout the tiny country, the Albert Heijn chain is the flagship banner of Royal Ahold, contributing more than a third of its parent's sales. The grocery chain has a 22% share of the local market, but is losing ground to competitors, including hard discounter ALDI of Germany and region rivals Laurus N.V. and ... More

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