Why Aldi should have its own HR department
The company has been accused of abusing its human resources department for years.
Now, the company has gone public with a plan to overhaul the way it manages its human resource department.
Aldi has a long history of abuse, according to a new report.
Now the company says it will make some changes.
Read moreMaryland Human Resources is the state’s human resources agency.
The department is charged with managing employees’ salaries, benefits and other workplace matters.
The company’s HR department has been embroiled in a culture of retaliation and retaliation, according a report by the Human Resources Department’s internal audit team released on Thursday.
Aldi’s HR chief, who has been with the company for nearly five years, has been named in the audit report as the person who had to resign in 2015 after she was allegedly fired for violating company policy.
The department was created by the state in 2014 to ensure that employees are treated fairly and to ensure employees are kept safe and employed in safe environments.
The state human resources director said in a statement Thursday that the agency is “deeply disappointed” with Aldi’s actions.
“The actions of the employee who led the Human Resource department for five years violate the law and were not in keeping with our company’s values, and our values are to treat everyone fairly, equally and without regard to race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, gender identity, disability, veteran status, marital status, or any other basis,” she said.
The investigation also found that Aldi violated policies on retaliation and other misconduct that violated state law.
The HR department is now investigating the allegations and will conduct a thorough investigation, a company spokeswoman said.
“We take all allegations of misconduct seriously and are investigating the claims to determine if they were true,” she wrote in an email.
“The HR Department has a strict anti-harassment policy and is committed to working with all employees to provide the highest level of safety and respect for all individuals.
The HR Department is committed and committed to providing a safe and productive workplace for all our employees.”
The audit also found Aldi had an inappropriate relationship with a former employee and that a former senior manager had an undisclosed relationship with another employee.
The agency’s chief executive, Laura Mancuso, is also named in a report that found that the company had a history of hiring, firing and demoting employees.
She also said the company did not have an internal investigation into the allegations.
The report comes as Aldi is facing increasing scrutiny in states across the country over the treatment of female employees.
In Arizona, lawmakers are considering legislation that would make it illegal for companies to fire or demote women on the basis of sexual orientation.
A report published last year by the American Association of University Women found that only about 1 in 3 female college students is treated fairly by their employers.
The group also found the workplace is not a safe place for women.
In Maryland, a bill that would allow the company to fire employees on the “basis of sex, race, national origins, ancestry, disability or age is pending before the Maryland House and Senate committees, which are expected to hold hearings on the matter next week,” a spokesperson for the governor’s office said in an emailed statement.
A state senate committee approved the bill last week.
The bill would prohibit companies from firing or demoting women on “sex, race or national origins.”