Germany-based discount supermarket Aldi Group announced on Tuesday that the company will start recruiting 4000 new employees under the planned large-scale expansion in the UK.
UK jobs have been on the rise for the last few years, big companies are planning their expansions in the UK, according to the report back in March, UK has reached the lowest level of unemployment in the last 41 years similar to the figures in 1975.
Google, Facebook, and Deliveroo also announced to create 3000 more jobs in London in January. However, Tesco announced call center closure in Cardiff which sliced 1100 jobs in the UK. The new announcement from Aldi Group brings new hopes for the people who lost their jobs at Tesco.
Meanwhile, the expansion from the German supermarket worries the UK’s largest retail store which will definitely create more competition in the market.
The German retailer is going to fill 4000 new positions across its stores and distribution centers, the expansion plan came after the surge in sales, said Aldi in a statement, Aldi confirmed the number of jobs which were announced in January according to—AFP.
Aldi also confirms that it has become the UK’s 5th largest retail supermarket in terms of market share, earlier this year. The company will add 300 more stores by 2022, making the total number of stores to 1000. Currently, Aldi has 700 stores across the UK.