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Lidl US

Lidl to hire up To 1,000 temp workers

Lidl to hire up To 1,000 temp workers

ARLINGTON, Va. — Lidl US said Thursday that it will hire up to 1,000 temporary employees to help it meet the needs of customers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Those newly hired employees who don’t have health insurance will be eligible for benefits that include coverage for testing and treatment related to COVID-19 at no charge,

Lidl opens third store on Long Island

Lidl opens third store on Long Island

HUNTINGTON, N.Y. — Lidl has come to Huntington. The German food retailer opened its third store on Long Island with a grand opening on Wednesday. The event featured a ribbon cutting ceremony and kicked off a weekend of get-them-while-you-can special offers, giveaways, and prizes for shoppers. “We’re are clearly focused now on offering the best

Lidl adds benefits for part-timers

ARLINGTON, Va. — Lidl US announced that from January it will offer medical benefits for all of its 1,200 part-time employees. “We want our team to have the peace of mind knowing they have health care coverage,” Roman Heini, chairman of Lidl US, said in a statement earlier this month. “Giving team members working part

Lidl acknowledges missteps in U.S. entry

Lidl acknowledges missteps in U.S. entry

NEW YORK — The German discount grocer Lidl has proven a strong competitor throughout Europe, with a business model based on small stores, a no-frills shopping experience and low low prices. But the chief executive officer of Schwarz Group, Lidl’s parent company, told a German business magazine that the company stumbled in its initial foray

Lidl changes leadership in U.S.

Lidl changes leadership in U.S.

ARLINGTON, Va. — Lidl has changed the leadership of its U.S. division, in a move that suggests that the retailer’s debut in the market has not gone as planned. According to a report in the German trade publication Lebensmittel Zeitung, Lidl has replaced Daniel Marasch as the head of U.S. operations. Michael Aranda, the former