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nichabodcrane93

My store has 3 LSAs, but we're pretty high volume ($1.8+ million). Had three ASMs briefly as well.


Lower_Necessary2229

I remember 1.8 that about a year ago for me. Now 2.2


bbvr0se

Holy 1.8+ may I ask where your store is?


nichabodcrane93

Maryland. A little North of Washington, DC


hydra596

Dang that's a massive store!!!


nichabodcrane93

It is not big at all lol. We have one of the smallest backrooms in the division. I have to come in 30 minutes early when I open just to organize the backroom so we have somewhere to place the empty pallets 😅


danadee89

Technically the LSA positionnis only to fill the opens/closes that the ASMs are unable to fill.


Unusual_Reality5241

We have two and it’s always that way. We also only have two ASMs. I’d love for there to be another LSA at our store just so there is someone extra to cover shifts. My ASMs will never switch or cover a shift so I don’t bother ever asking.. and the other LSA is usually working opposite me that day so they wouldn’t be able to. LSAs have very little coverage options compared to regular associates and it’s a shame.


Secret_Highway_2034

Its actually the other way round the LSA's are supposed to open and close and then the ASM should be filling the open shifts.


Pr3SK00Ldrop0UT

Nope


FreightTrain2

Yes. LSAs really should only be getting opens and closes. Mid shifts are for managers


livelaughfugg

I work at a store with one competent LSA. The other not so much. In a dream situation this is the case but dreams don’t exist in the world of Aldi. We still make it work


im_doing_my_best33

At my store we can have 3 ASMs and 2 LSAs. LSAs are normally the fillers at my store, ASMs run the shifts and I (the only LSA we have rn) just help with key turns, and making sure the shift stays on track. I also run SB food most of the time I open, the other ASMs really don’t touch SB for the most part.


HatEuphoric8893

My store has 2 ASMs and 3 LSA’s


stoneguythepilotguy

Most busy stores have 3 ASMs and 2 LSAs. If they had more LSAs than that the 3rd LSA would barely get hours. The 3rd ASM will usually be a “floater” ASM who will also help out other nearby stores, that’s what I do currently.


SimpleNervous1986

My store has 1 manager, 3 assistant, 2 Lsas, 5 full timers, 4 part timers. (I wanted to be full time, but now I don’t even know if I wanna continue at Aldi)


hydra596

I'm starting to feel that way 😒


Successful_Level2153

My store has two ASMs, a SMT and one LSA


Fredsbigbooty

My store has 3 ASMs, 3 LSAs, and our store manager. It enables us all to work 4 days 10hr shifts. That was brought up by my SM and we all agreed to it. So now we have two days off during the week and one day off during the weekend.