Aldi is planning to create more than 500 new Irish jobs this year, and plans to fulfill new living wage recommendations, paying employees at least €11.90 per hour.
Aldi operates 137 stores in the Republic of Ireland, and is investing €160 million to expand and upgrade its Irish stores.
They plan to create jobs for area managers, store managers, assistant store managers and store assistants.
The current minimum rate of pay in the Republic is €9.80, and in Budget 2019, the Labour Party said the living wage of €11.90 should be the next target for Government.
Aldi UK and Ireland chief executive Giles Hurley said the retailer is “committed to offering the best pay and benefits in the industry”.
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