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captain

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Re: Re : invitation to investigation meeting
« Reply #25 on: 12-10-18, 05:18PM »
Nobody has asked and the op hasn't said but maybe they are guilty of whatever the investigation is about and are leaving due to it? No manager chooses to do an investigation it takes up time they would rather be doing other things.

First thing our new sm said when he arrived to all management and team supports was, if your not investigating at least one person right now then I feel your not doing your jobs and ill investigate you. And from how he has gone on so far he was not joking or showing off as he's had at least half the management team over it.
same is going on in our store, loads and loads of investigations for petty things, its as if store managers have been given "targets" now we have a quicker and leaner disciplinary process
On a plus side 2 of our most laziest people are no longer employed by Tesco and a third is on a final written so if this new procedure is done correctly then it will clear out the deadwood

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Re: Re : invitation to investigation meeting
« Reply #26 on: 12-10-18, 05:51PM »
your last paragraph doesnt apply in our store. some are trying their hardest to find things to investigate

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Don't usually agree with you but you are spot on this time. The managers watch people on cameras waiting on them tripping up. It is the time the investigations take too. Have been to these and they can take hours as the investigator asks the same question 100 times. The rep can be present for the full time being paid for a signature at the end. Things that were once ignored are now the crime of the century. It just leads to increased sickness hours and alot of paperwork. All so that a manager can say he/she done more than walk about for a shift. They create problems for themselves at times.
they don't trust us then they expect us to watch out for shoplifters. don't think so somehow :-X >:D
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Re: Re : invitation to investigation meeting
« Reply #27 on: 12-10-18, 06:00PM »
Nobody has asked and the op hasn't said but maybe they are guilty of whatever the investigation is about and are leaving due to it? No manager chooses to do an investigation it takes up time they would rather be doing other things.

First thing our new sm said when he arrived to all management and team supports was, if your not investigating at least one person right now then I feel your not doing your jobs and ill investigate you. And from how he has gone on so far he was not joking or showing off as he's had at least half the management team over it.
same is going on in our store, loads and loads of investigations for petty things, its as if store managers have been given "targets" now we have a quicker and leaner disciplinary process
On a plus side 2 of our most laziest people are no longer employed by Tesco and a third is on a final written so if this new procedure is done correctly then it will clear out the deadwood
done correctly  ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

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Re: Re : invitation to investigation meeting
« Reply #28 on: 12-10-18, 11:41PM »
It isn't only the deadwood going in our place it is a lot of hard workers. Now left with new starters who try hard but aren't as good.

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Re: Re : invitation to investigation meeting
« Reply #29 on: 13-10-18, 10:58AM »
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