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Title: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: sighimdone901 on 09-11-18, 12:03PM
Say if a line manager wanted to move someone off one department into another. Are they able to log into said persons Tesco Career portal and apply for the position from there?

Title: Re: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: Classy Bird on 09-11-18, 12:17PM
They'd need passwords to get in, if they had them I guess it would be possible for them to apply for a different position for someone.

It wouldn't be very ethical though, the only person that should apply for a new job is a person that actually wants a new job or to be moved elsewhere.

If a store is going through rhrp they can move people around the business, this would be done after availability meetings and a consultation period though.
Title: Re: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: Walker on 09-11-18, 01:11PM
Uh... No.

It would be illegal under the computer misuse act and ineffective since the individual would need to sign a change of hours form.

Title: Re: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: Deeply sad on 10-11-18, 09:03PM
Can I get some advice? I don't know how to create my own thread but I recently sufferd a family loss and I had to go down to support a family member my aunt who lost her husband ... I kept work informed and followed procedure.
I've now been told because I comited to overtime that I'm going to be baned from overtime at my extremely sad loss and trying to support my family as well as deal with my own mental health issues :( I'm struggling with life as it is and now to be told I'll be baned it's made me so depressed again even though I'm on anti depressants which my boss knows I only asked to miss tonight's shift and I got this reaction...what do I do?????
I need help he's a good boss but I feel so down...
Life is hard enough and I feel exhausted.
Title: Re: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: Walker on 10-11-18, 09:43PM

I need help he's a good boss but I feel so down...
Life is hard enough and I feel exhausted.

Make sure you take care of yourself, talk to your doctor again.

It's Christmas. Any overtime ban will last about two minutes. My experience says you should do nothing and it will sort itself out.
Title: Re: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: optout on 11-11-18, 01:53AM
He is not a good boss, he is a pr**k and a bully, making what he knows to be empty threats when you are at your most vulnerable.


Having said that, there are times to fight and there are times to conserve your energy, and live to fight another day.


As @Walker said, this 'ban' will be pretty quickly forgotten about especially as the busy period nears.


Go to your doctors ASAP and let them know about the way you are feeling, your mental health has to take priority right now. and as your physical and emotional strengths return (and they will), you will be in a better position to deal with the situation if needed.


You WILL get through this. :thumbup:
Title: Re: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: Deeply sad on 11-11-18, 08:26AM
I hope so, too much has happened this year :( far too much and now loosing my overtime puts me in a situation where I won't even be able to pay for rent, food etc due to I had to drop my days for health reasons and requested to drop a certain day for another do I could get help on that day each week he agreed but couldn't give me another day to work during the week so 15 hours is all I have now :( he said he'd review to see if he could give me another day back to my original contract after 4 weeks but it's been 6 weeks now with no mention of my day and he's now recruited new people I feel like c**p I tried to end my life once which Tesco know about and now I'm left in a situation where I can barely survive - great Xmas ...

So tired of it all now so so tired almost given up fighting.
But thank you anyway I just needed help...
Title: Re: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: tumshie on 11-11-18, 09:52AM
Good advice from optout.
Speak to your doctor and get help for your health.

If you can, ask your manager about giving you the day he talked about. Tesco managers are good at forgetting things like that.

Title: Re: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: londoner83 on 11-11-18, 07:25PM
Did u Sign a form to change your hours or was it done as a temporary support plan?

Title: Re: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: Deeply sad on 13-11-18, 02:45PM
A support plan, I've signed nothing to confirm my drop only a meeting once to confirm I needed a certain day off, but I've signed nothing recently to say yes I've dropped it permanently why does this matter?
Title: Re: Can managers access other peoples internal career logins?
Post by: Walker on 13-11-18, 10:01PM
Because your contractual hours haven't changed. A support plan is only temporary for the length of the plan.