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Started by person7, 15-01-23, 11:01AM
Quote from: Nomad on 16-01-23, 09:39PM@2ndtimeround, your reacting to this discussion in a typically 'childish tantrum' manner.
Quote from: lucgeo on 16-01-23, 04:35PMThe previous canteen staff who used to operate the machinery and worked in the kitchen area were supplied with safety shoes...why do you think that was?? If the door suddenly dropped and fell on your foot, or the scalding water was sprayed all over yourself, or the machine had leaked water all over the floor and you'd slipped on it, what do you think Tesco would say??
QuoteHave the break times been extended to accommodate this cleaning process, and is this extra few minutes per break, per colleague, paid or remains unpaid?
Quote from: 2ndtimeround on 15-01-23, 10:49PMIf your store is only providing bread for toast as food then I'd suggest raising the issue with the store manager. My store offers a range of free options and whilst it's not full meals we can select from Pasta snack type meals, cuppa soups, cereal pots, fruit loaf or crumpets and a few others. These were provided by the company last Autumn and should still be available daily.
Quote from: person7 on 15-01-23, 11:01AMDoes anyone else have concerning hygiene issues in the staff room?I mean most people clean up after themselves but the contracted cleaners are only ones allowed to check and turn on the dishwashers.And NOT ONCE have THEY EVER used tablets.Knives forks especially cups and glasses all full of grime.I've tried to feedback to store manager using the anonymous forum box they do but nothing has been done.It's got to the point I can't get a drink all day as.. Well the cups and glasses look dirty and smell of rotten egg.. In fact the dishwasher themselves stink of rotten food and rotten eggs.Anyone else have this issue since staff canteens have closed? And any advice.Some shifts if I'm alone and caretaker has gone I sneak a 60/70oC wash but there's no tablets anywhere.Caretakers ALWAYS out "quick 20 minute wash 20oC" with NO dishwasher salt or rinse aid or any dishwashing tablets or liquid (I've seen them set it many times and once asked about tablet and he said "we don't have any and don't need them anyway I never use them at home")
Quote from: Deadpool on 30-01-23, 04:20AMThe cleaning manager, whoever it is for your store is responsible for ordering dishwasher tablets from the budget allocated to their department. As for operating the dishwasher tesco state it is everyones reaponsibilty to look after and maintain the staff room. The cleaners are responsible for certain aspects however every staff room should have a domestic dishwasher which is usable by staff since they changed from industry equipment to domestic for this reason as no special chemicals are required nor special training on operating such equipment
Quote from: Cheerleader on 19-01-23, 06:03PMOK so bring your own? Wash it in the sink?You have a locker you can have your own set and some fairly liquid.Ridiculous thing to be moaning at
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