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16 Oct 2017 - attacked while at work

Have any drivers been attacked while working for Tesco, if so what was Tesco's response.

13 Oct 2017 - !!! Big announcement !!!

Big announcement?

Our depot manager hinted a big announcement which will affect everyone after New year any idea???
What is the rest period between shifts supposed to be?
There is one instance with my contracted shifts where I finish work at 10pm, and started again at 5.30.

If the break is supposed to be longer who would get into trouble?
The trolley lad at our store is up on a misconduct charge for pocketing the occasional coin found left in trolleys by customers. He was overheard telling others one day that he had got 'a few quid' from the trolleys, not being secretive about it and not thinking he'd really done anyth
The case of the security guard in roof prompted me to open this topic.

It 'appears' in this case they were dismissed because MM ( I know Tesco was not the 'direct' employer, but know doubt had their fingers in there somewhere) believe a theft was committed.  I bot
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