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Tambrath

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #125 on: 03-09-19, 03:11AM »
If any thing like the last pay review they gave with one hand then took with the other . Market supplement went down in my store . But still pile on the work . It's getting to a point the van are falling to bits dirty inside not enough time to clean them morale at a all time low . But the managers walk around in rose tinted glasses 

willie2018

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #126 on: 03-09-19, 05:26PM »
don't forget they wont even supply things to clean your van if you have the time to do it in my store the vans everyday now have more trays than they can hold in the ambient

rogerthedodger

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #127 on: 04-09-19, 01:01PM »
Will be 50/50 I guess some will love it others won’t, but less headcount uniform etc has to be a bonus for the company

NightAndDay

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #128 on: 04-09-19, 02:08PM »
There's a point where less headcount will directly effect revenues in a negative way, if the new system and remuneration package in place isn't an attractive enough proposition to attract or retain employees, then the company will have to rely on using their existing resources for overtime, it will get to a certain point where the operational integrity will be compromised leading to the inability to service the customer, which will lead to the customer looking at competitors (Sainsburies, Amazon, Ocado) for the service depriving Tesco of that revenue stream. This will lead toTesco doing one of 2 things, paying competitive rates and offering better conditions or withdrawing from that section of the business to "go back to basics".
« Last Edit: 04-09-19, 02:13PM by NightAndDay »

rogerthedodger

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #129 on: 06-09-19, 08:50AM »
All anybody’s talking about in my store! Imagine something has to be said soon

rogerthedodger

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #130 on: 06-09-19, 01:27PM »
Other bizarre situation is you can’t finish at 10pm and start 9am but can do a 9am to 10pm shift????

fatboy

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #131 on: 06-09-19, 01:45PM »
Find it very strange that no one has posted any further details on this subject. If there's people out there doing these new shifts/hours you'd have thought there would have been more facts posted.

driverdave

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #132 on: 06-09-19, 10:10PM »
From Our Tesco

Dot Com Drivers – Update from Meeting 1
It has been highlighted to the project team that the Summary from Collective Consultation Meeting 1
only included information on the rolling rota for the Customer Delivery Driver rota pilot, and did not
include information on the second option of a fixed shift pattern. To clarify, there are two rotas
available to colleagues – a rolling, 4 days a week, 44 hours per week rota, and an alternative rota that is
able to accommodate colleagues on a part-time basis all the way up to 44 hours, working set
shifts/days per week.
N.B. This is an update only and was not part of the discussion during the collective consultation meeting on the 20th August 2019.

blueberet

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #133 on: 06-09-19, 10:31PM »
Other bizarre situation is you can’t finish at 10pm and start 9am but can do a 9am to 10pm shift????
It's to do with duty time exceeding 11hours in a 24 hour period, i.e 6pm to 10pm = 4 hours, 9am to 1.15pm = 4.25 hours 2.15pm to 5pm = 2.75 hours and that's your 11 hours so the 5pm to 6pm part of your shift is illegal before resetting at 6pm.

The 9am to 10 am is fine since 13 hours - 2hours for breaks = 11hours with the 24 hour period resetting at 9am the next day. 

VladPutin

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #134 on: 06-09-19, 10:50PM »
There's a point where less headcount will directly effect revenues in a negative way, if the new system and remuneration package in place isn't an attractive enough proposition to attract or retain employees, then the company will have to rely on using their existing resources for overtime, it will get to a certain point where the operational integrity will be compromised leading to the inability to service the customer, which will lead to the customer looking at competitors (Sainsburies, Amazon, Ocado) for the service depriving Tesco of that revenue stream. This will lead toTesco doing one of 2 things, paying competitive rates and offering better conditions or withdrawing from that section of the business to "go back to basics".

Dot Com are a waste of time, space and money. With any luck, even the morons at head office will finally understand that and shut it down completely.

Tambrath

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #135 on: 06-09-19, 11:14PM »
Dot com is run by Morons  from the top down.  Tesco like to get there pound of flesh rather then being open about there plans.  Christmas round the corner so only going to get worse.

cddriver

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #136 on: 08-09-19, 02:29PM »
From Our Tesco

Dot Com Drivers – Update from Meeting 1
It has been highlighted to the project team that the Summary from Collective Consultation Meeting 1
only included information on the rolling rota for the Customer Delivery Driver rota pilot, and did not
include information on the second option of a fixed shift pattern. To clarify, there are two rotas
available to colleagues – a rolling, 4 days a week, 44 hours per week rota, and an alternative rota that is
able to accommodate colleagues on a part-time basis all the way up to 44 hours, working set
shifts/days per week.
N.B. This is an update only and was not part of the discussion during the collective consultation meeting on the 20th August 2019.
Can’t find this, can you link it please?

I take it that’s the first official confirmation unless I missed something.

driverdave

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #137 on: 08-09-19, 02:52PM »
https://www.ourtesco.com/people-changes/stores/latest-updates-2/

Brings up a page where you can download the details of several collective consultation meetings.

cddriver

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #138 on: 08-09-19, 11:27PM »
Thanks!

rogerthedodger

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Re: DotCom Shift Change Trials
« Reply #139 on: 10-09-19, 09:28AM »
Going mental in my store, all anyone is talking about.  Lots of confusion and upset people.