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Freddie31

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Re: Food Stock Managers
« Reply #100 on: 19-01-20, 10:08PM »
I have heard that there is a conference call on thursday. All sm, rd, group people mgrs all to attend. Rumours are they going to announce restructure of stores.

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« Reply #101 on: 20-01-20, 07:52AM »
we were told that was about the log books now going electronic from week 1,but who knows?

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« Reply #102 on: 20-01-20, 08:10AM »
Electronic S&L books makes the outgoing role of stock/admin smaller. I also think that shift patterns on a app does the same. Managers will have to deal with colleagues complaining that holidays or shifts show wrong on the tablet so dept managers will have to ensure they are far enough ahead for it to be right. More work for individual managers and less for stock/admin.
I do think that soft structure changes will become forced but in my area this will have little impact as most have moved anyway. It could be that another round of soft structure changes are introduced. This enables people to move into other roles that become available and less redundancy so people who don't want to leave the company are not forced out. However, as we don't know what is coming it could be that the fresh stock admin manager has moved into a vulnerable role and may go into consultation anyway.

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Re: Food Stock Managers
« Reply #103 on: 20-01-20, 09:35AM »

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« Reply #104 on: 20-01-20, 03:18PM »

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« Reply #106 on: 20-01-20, 04:54PM »
Deja vu is this not the same time as last year. whose for the chop this time.

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« Reply #107 on: 20-01-20, 05:11PM »

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« Reply #108 on: 20-01-20, 05:37PM »
All express S.M to be on a zoom call on Thursday at 10am, and to be in a private area during the said call so something fairly big seems to be going on.
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« Reply #109 on: 21-01-20, 08:27AM »
Hope that the last of the tesco security are going was told by union it would be this year

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« Reply #110 on: 21-01-20, 12:24PM »

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« Reply #112 on: 21-01-20, 12:46PM »
Thursday's zoom call about new wmty and no doubt the other new bits - on line rotas and s&l
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Re: Food Stock Managers
« Reply #113 on: 21-01-20, 01:45PM »
Just wondering if wages are going yet its been two years since they first said wages were going. If everything is now on the new app  ! !!

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« Reply #114 on: 21-01-20, 02:30PM »
Think they will wait a few months till its embedded before doing anything to wages instore.

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« Reply #115 on: 21-01-20, 04:29PM »
Advice needed please!
 I have been a victim of so called soft structure changes and I have been forced into a job role I do not want and did not apply for. I have expressed my feelings many times.
 I have had no formal meetings and not signed any agreements to this change, yet I have received a new contract with a changed job code etc. I have asked who I should raise a grievance too but again this was ignored.
I am now job hunting but do feel I should a least raise a grievance or would it be pointless? Thanks in advance.


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« Reply #116 on: 21-01-20, 04:37PM »
Hope that the last of the tesco security are going was told by union it would be this year

If it turns out to be true i will buy you a beer matey.

Mildew

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« Reply #117 on: 21-01-20, 04:39PM »
Tink, if that's from the food stick mgr role you've every reason to take issue. The process is totally informal. Nothing can be enforced.

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« Reply #118 on: 21-01-20, 05:48PM »
What role did you end up with t?

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« Reply #119 on: 21-01-20, 07:05PM »
I was not a stock control manager, this was the only relevant topic I could find to ask for some advice about soft structure moves / changes as I too was always told you could not be forced into any other role.

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« Reply #120 on: 21-01-20, 09:50PM »
Are you currently doing the job that it says on your new contract? Have they already moved you or are the proposinh to move you?
 

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« Reply #121 on: 21-01-20, 11:47PM »
Heard its pfs mnger going and some service mongers size dependent,  good sources union briefing

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« Reply #122 on: 22-01-20, 03:47AM »

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« Reply #123 on: 22-01-20, 08:21AM »
we were told that was about the log books now going electronic from week 1,but who knows?
Surely you wouldn't hold a conference call for Log Books???  ;D ;D

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« Reply #124 on: 22-01-20, 09:35AM »
You certainly would if it was such a large change as this. All s & l recorded done online so can be centrally checked instantly. As a company we are pretty bad at written ones - perhaps this way we will be forced to do properly.
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