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Ynwalfc1892

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Redundancy time scale
« on: 10-04-19, 01:38PM »
Struggling to find what's the timescale for taking redundancy then applying for jobs back in Tesco?
Thought it was months but a friend said it's changed to 12 months?
Any ideas

captain

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Re: Redundancy time scale
« Reply #1 on: 10-04-19, 02:30PM »
Was 6 months a couple of years ago when we lost  night shift, don't know if it's changed though

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Re: Redundancy time scale
« Reply #2 on: 10-04-19, 02:41PM »
Why take redundancy then already decided to apply in 6 months time! I think that's really cheeky & shouldn't be allowed! There is life beyond Tesco you know!

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Re: Redundancy time scale
« Reply #3 on: 10-04-19, 03:13PM »
I don't get why you'd want to go back unless it's either because of the people or you're afraid of change, everything else about the company is just terrible, you're better off at any other retailer.

As for when you can apply at Tesco after being made redundent, It's 6 months.

Ynwalfc1892

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Re: Redundancy time scale
« Reply #4 on: 10-04-19, 04:01PM »
No need for the personal attack or thinking you  know what my story is.
Thanks for the answer

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Re: Redundancy time scale
« Reply #5 on: 10-04-19, 04:11PM »
Why take redundancy then already decided to apply in 6 months time! I think that's really cheeky & shouldn't be allowed! There is life beyond Tesco you know!

It's each to their own.. maybe the 6 month break is useful to some. Cheeky? We haven't asked for redundancy..

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Re: Redundancy time scale
« Reply #6 on: 10-04-19, 04:14PM »
Struggling to find what's the timescale for taking redundancy then applying for jobs back in Tesco?
Thought it was months but a friend said it's changed to 12 months?
Any ideas
its 6 months for store based positions and 12 months for office based positions.
Let's all be nice to one another in this difficult time.

captain

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Re: Redundancy time scale
« Reply #7 on: 10-04-19, 05:20PM »
Maybe it's compulsory redundancy or new terms/hours offered are poor.
There is no automatic return after 6 months you have to apply online for any vacancies that crop up

londoner83

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Re: Redundancy time scale
« Reply #8 on: 10-04-19, 05:33PM »
Also highly unlikely that any full time or 25hr+ contracts will be on offer.

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Re: Redundancy time scale
« Reply #9 on: 10-04-19, 05:37PM »
Hi I too am one who is at risk of redundancy after a meeting  yesterday however when we were first informed of these changes we were told it would be a 45 days consultation but looking at my letter it states 11th May but that's only 33 days  Anyone else come across this TIA

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Re: Redundancy time scale
« Reply #10 on: 10-04-19, 07:11PM »
Struggling to find what's the timescale for taking redundancy then applying for jobs back in Tesco?
Thought it was months but a friend said it's changed to 12 months?
Any ideas

We were informed that for management the time scale was 6 months and for mere peons  it is a year >:(