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Well I filled out a job application. They called me a few days after and asked me a few questions and once I told them I had a small disability, that was it, they never called me back.

I called them back several times and they never returned my calls. This is the store located in Trexlertown, Pennsylvania. My advice to anyone who has a disability, don't bother applying for any positions at Aldi's because it seems they don't cater to anyone with disabilities. DISAPPOINTED!!

I really liked the store.

It looked like a nice place to work but unfortunately, I was wrong. My family and I decided to no longer shop there.

Reason of review: employment.

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Anonymous
#1375091

If you can perform the job duties via means of reasonable accommodation, they aren't allowed to discriminate.

Anonymous
#1371017

if your disability limits you physically you shouldn't work there....most employees stock(even cashiers stock too) so a minimum amount of speed/muscle/dexterity is needed

Anonymous
#1363804

Talk to an attorney.

Anonymous
#1383913
@Anonymous

why?? all employees of any business need to be able to answer YES to the following question:

{are you able to perform the necessary requirement of the job?}

if not they need to find job that they are capable of...

" reasonable accommodation"

does not mean they can shirk the core duties

shouldn't have said --- "I had a small disability" if it wasn't on the app you should have waited till it came up----in other words you "talked yourself out of the job" kinda like if asked in job interview if you have any trouble working early morning shifts & you answer-- "i'm not a morning person"

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