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Aldo Overview

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Saint-Laurent, QC (Canada)
10000+ employees
Company - Private
Department, Clothing, & Shoe Stores
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year

Collective Brands, Steven Madden

Aldo Group knows the value of cheap chic; heck, its founder practically tripped over the concept. Aldo Group runs more than 1,600 shoe stores, including about 1,000 under the Aldo banner, and the Spring, Locale, and GLOBO names, among others. The company has stores in Canada ... Read more

Aldo Reviews

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    Former Employee - Sales Associate in San Marcos, TX
    Former Employee - Sales Associate in San Marcos, TX
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    I worked at Aldo part-time (Less than a year)


    There are lots of opportunities to make sales, fun environment, good management, and pretty good pay.


    The short hours as a part-time worker.

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Aldo Interviews



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    Assistant Store Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Indianapolis, IN
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Aldo (Indianapolis, IN).


    Last year I applied for an ASM position. I was interviewed by the store manager and passed. She said she would like for me to speak to her district manager via FaceTime. On the day of, the DM rescheduled. On the day of the rescheduled interview I got up, showered, got dressed, did my hair and makeup. The DM then called me on the phone to tell me that she wasn’t feeling well and hadn’t done her makeup that day so she’d rather have a phone call instead of a video chat. Okay? It went well. She said that she’d like to give me an offer but since she was going to be on vacation the next week, she wanted me to meet with the SM directly under her for a third interview, and that if it went well the SM would give me the offer. I interviewed and felt fairly good about it. I didn’t hear anything for a week. After that week I emailed the DM and said that I knew she was on vacation but that I hadn’t heard anything back and was just checking in. No response. After a few days I called and left a voice mail. No response. So I texted the SM I’d had my last interview with (she had given me her number) and asked about the job. She had read receipts turned on. I could see the that she read my text, but chose to ignore me.

    I find this app extremely unprofessional. My time was wasted. It would have been one thing to respond to my inquiry and let me know they had chosen another candidate. But for me to reach out several times and for them to blatantly refuse to respond is rude.

    If this is how they chose to treat candidates I can only imagine that they don’t respect the time of their employees. I would not consider a career with this company no matter the salary.

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