NFL News’ Chris Wesseling has a list of things you need to know about Aldi, the restaurant chain founded by the NFL’s Michael Irvin and the Los Angeles Dodgers’ George Steinbrenner.

    We’re here to tell you how to apply.

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    What you need: A resume and cover letter.

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    What to include in your cover letter: a cover letter, resume, and references to people who know you.

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    When to include your resume: after the interview, the day before the interview and after the application period.

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    When not to include: no details on your career in the past six months.5.

    Who should read your cover Letter: applicants with a degree in culinary arts, as opposed to general restaurant work experience.

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    When you’re ready to submit your resume, the cover letter must include your current, prior employer’s name and contact information.

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    When should you email your cover letters to Aldi: after you have applied for a position, before you interview, and when you are finally ready to interview.

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    How long does it take to complete your cover and resume?

    It’s usually two weeks.

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    What if I am not accepted?

    If you are not accepted, the company will not be able to use your resume or cover letter as proof of acceptance.

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    What should I do if I’m rejected?

    You should be able ask for an interview, but Aldi does not require you to apply again.

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    How can I file a complaint about a job applicant?

    If Aldi is not hiring you, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) can investigate your application.

    If you feel you have been treated unfairly by an employer, you can file a lawsuit, an administrative complaint, or a complaint with the U.S. Department of Labor.

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