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Re: Tesco Staff Benefits
« Reply #550 on: 06-03-18, 04:56PM »
If I opted to sell shares form the 2014 3 year scheme how will I know when will the shares be sold? Does anyone know?

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« Reply #551 on: 06-03-18, 05:02PM »
You should have got an email . Download the pdf it has the dates but they are sold in batches over a week and you get an average price . From last Thurs they have ranged in price from 202p-211p which depending on the number of shares can make a huge difference to what you get .

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« Reply #552 on: 04-10-18, 07:12PM »
If you leave tesco and come back withing 6 months do you get anything re-instated?

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« Reply #553 on: 18-10-18, 06:01PM »
Could anyone confirm whether or not Tesco are doing the half-price 'flu jabs for staff this year?  If so, does this still apply to family as well, as in the previous couple of years? TIA

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« Reply #554 on: 18-10-18, 09:34PM »
Yes £4.50 I think

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« Reply #555 on: 19-10-18, 01:01AM »
Thank you.

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« Reply #556 on: 14-12-18, 11:25AM »
No idea how to start a new topic on here but I've seen a few people saying their colleague card isn't working today.

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turbo33

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Re: Tesco Staff Benefits
« Reply #557 on: 10-08-19, 04:22PM »
hi, I have been working at Tesco for about 5 years now, full contract

Recently I injured my hand at work and have been off sick for the past couple of day..,wait for surgery.impossible back to work ..after surgery minimum2weeks rehabilitation.. i ask managers about sick hours and take the reply..zero 0..not allowed..i have previously sick this year from january to march and back 28 march to work..this is a planned operation..its a possible not more sick hours???where my rights??if anyone have a info please ..help
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80377494

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« Reply #558 on: 10-08-19, 05:51PM »
turbo33

If you've only worked for the company for 5 years you would only be entitled to 5 weeks sick pay assuming you hadn't taken any sick days previously. As you were off work from January to March you will have used all your sick entitlement. It doesn't reset until your anniversary start e.g start Date 30 September your sick entitlement will reset on 30 September. You should be entitled to Statutory Sick Pay but this will only be paid after the first 3 days of sickness.

Planned operations are paid but only if you still have sick entitlement, otherwise it's not.

turbo33

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« Reply #559 on: 11-08-19, 10:25AM »
Nice.. So.. If I start my adventure with my employer 23.02 then my sick hour restart 24.02 next year? And when my sich hours restart 24.02 this year.. So to 28.03 I used just 4weeks?one week left?..

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« Reply #560 on: 11-08-19, 10:36AM »
Your entitlement would reset 23/02. However, if you had any other absences prior to the absence January to March they could have already been used. It's very complicated. 

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« Reply #561 on: 11-08-19, 02:39PM »
Have you put a claim in if it's work related.

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« Reply #562 on: 12-08-19, 10:07AM »
OK.. If 0 sick hours.. Accident at work.. Injury.. 2 month absence(surgery and rehabilitation) employee should be paid for absence? Accident report..

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« Reply #563 on: 12-08-19, 10:32AM »
Yes £4.50 I think

You can request one yearly free of charge at your local doctors surgery.