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Lidl fills recruitment websites with ads
27.04.2011, 23:55 | HR Careers Education | 961 views



Germany's Lidl retailer, which entered the Romanian market by acquiring Plus discount store network, has over the past two weeks posted tens of offers for positions with the company on recruitment websites, but has not communicated any data on the number of stores set to be opened or on their location.

The German giant seeks store managers and retail workers, as well as employees for the headquarters. The retailer is recruiting for Bucharest, Braşov, Constanţa or Iaşi, but also for smaller towns such as Chitila, Buftea or Chiajna.

The retailer did not answer ZF's questions about the stores that are hiring, whether they are new stores or units part of Plus network taken over by Lidl, by edition close.

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