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Quote from: penguin on 25-06-22, 02:32PMQuoteThese results show just how strongly staff feel. The new contract is deeply unpopular. If there is ever a time to end the Tesco / USDAW alliance, it is now.The real issue at least in my opinion is the so called partnership between Tesco and Usdaw, that in my own opinion is very one sided and in effect turns the union into a nodding dog that will do whatever Tesco wish.When I was a USDAW member while working for Tesco I often asked the question what is the process if any to end the partnership or at the very least put the matter to a vote or suchlike, nobody ever seemed to know or if they did were not willing to furnish the information.
QuoteThese results show just how strongly staff feel. The new contract is deeply unpopular. If there is ever a time to end the Tesco / USDAW alliance, it is now.
Quote from: century99 on 29-06-22, 09:13AMOK so I got an interview last week very quickly after an application and was called yesterday and told I got it! Back to office work for me .Handing notice in at work today, and I bet there will be alot of shocked faces. But it took 8 months to be offered a permanant contract and they are constantly promising to increase my contract from 7.5 but nothing happens. New job is office work like I used to do for a large well known online travel company-the office is amazing lol. Is salaried, a fair bit more money, guaranteed hours and although there are some weekend shifts its spilt over all the section so you get at least some weekends off (hardly had any weekends off in the whole time at Tesco). Your shifts are set months in advance and no late nights so can plan for "life". Really happy, but there are some people I will miss at work (no managers lol). But to people on here there are other jobs and better conditions that at Tesco.Wish me luck I go in about 1230 eeek.Admin:
Quote from: lucgeo on 30-06-22, 06:21AMThe no ballot is part of the partnership agreement. Store colleagues were offered the chance to disagree, but at the time, Tesco was the place, in retail, to work. Highest wages, good benefits, a social club and very well staffed, complacency was high!
Quote from: Grizzly on 16-07-22, 08:30AMOver the years we've lost Sunday/bank holiday/night premiums we've had rubbish pay rises endless changes to our contracts, and I ever here from management is "it's been approved by the union". I've never been asked to vote on anything, when I asked the rep they said no one wanted to so I asked have you asked them and he replied no. £120 a year I pay for a useless union that really is just a social club for Tesco. Trouble is you feel like you have stay in just in case.
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