CLEVELAND — Aldi announced it plans to hire more than 450 people in the greater Cleveland area and more than 900 people across Ohio.
Aldi is hosting a National Hiring Week from Sept. 20 to 24, during which local stores and warehouses will host interview events to fill open positions.
The grocery store chain also increased the pay for store and warehouse employees, with pay ranging from $15 to $19 per hour.
Employees are also eligible for a range of benefits, including health care and retirement plans, financial wellness, employee assistance programs and generous paid time off.
Interested applicants are encouraged to view open positions here.
Aldi will officially reopen the doors of its Akron store, located at 1333 South Arlington, on Aug. 26.
The remodeled store is part of the ongoing initiative to remodel and expand existing stores nationwide.
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