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Started by Nomad, 25-05-22, 02:17PM
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Quote from: NightAndDay on 02-06-22, 11:40PMI hate Tesco and the government more than anyone.
Quote from: Redshoes on 04-06-22, 08:25AMQuote from: NightAndDay on 02-06-22, 11:40PMI hate Tesco and the government more than anyone.Any yet, you can't move on. It's just not healthy to live with that amount of hatred and as you no longer work for the company and have not done so for years you can let go. Just shop in other retailers.
Quote from: NightAndDay on 01-07-22, 08:08PMAs of recently, I'm back in Tesco in a new role, but not in store, oh no, I'm now the head of software development at the London office.
Quote from: lucgeo on 01-07-22, 11:34AMSurely an adjustment passport is to acknowledge there is an adjustment needed from your agreed working conditions, as in support due to a change in temporary or permanent capabilities. No1Angel declared their condition during their interview, and was duly offered the position and employed with their condition acknowledged. They should not then be subjected to fill in an adjustment passport or any referral to occupational health, as they already been diagnosed by medical professionals and declared it! It is irrelevant to No1Angel, as to late clockings being monitored, and certainly should not be expected to explain their condition to every Tom, Dick or Harry incompetent manager, who fail to familiarise themselves with any possible reasons, before going full throttle!! No1Angel doesn't have an "agreement " with anyone, they have a medical condition which was declared from the outset! It's certainly not a case of having to work together with any pompous, ill trained manager, to try to resolve Resolve what for gods sake??? Are they suddenly expected to be cured!! The constant need to explain themselves and their condition, which incidentally is covered under the data protection act, to anyone who asks for an explanation, is insulting and demeaning! If they wanted it to be common knowledge, they'd have their doctor consultations in the waiting room!! And let's not get started on the Equalities act
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