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oldfashionedplayer

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #25 on: 02-12-21, 07:30PM »
exactly, definitely not word of mouth, just seems to be living under a rock avoiding it all.

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #26 on: 02-12-21, 09:12PM »
Shut up with the moaning. You've got 3 months of Disney+ for free, and hopefully some xmas colouring in pictures in the canteen.

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #27 on: 25-12-21, 11:33PM »
Anyone seen the joke of our Christmas bonus on our Tesco pathetic.

what Christmas bonus???

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #28 on: 10-01-22, 02:24PM »
Have had the same problem over the years. Currently I'm having problems with breaks (we don't clock in our out for them). I' m losing 0.5 hours for every shift in every overtime. Fortunately we have an excellent admin assistant that resolves this.
The best way to resolve the problems is to make up a spreadsheet showing all hours worked and mirrors the new payslip online for categories. Give this to the Admin Assistant with a printed copy of your payslip, outlining where any discrepancies have occurred.

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #29 on: 10-01-22, 04:37PM »
Quick question on payslips. (sorry it's slightly off tangent)

Is there anyway to access old payslips (previously on payslipview). We (in store) moved over to Work and Pay in June/July - so older payslips are not showing?

Surely Tesco should still provide us access to at least 12 months' worth?


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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #30 on: 10-01-22, 05:33PM »
Legally you should have access to the past six tax years.  For the P60 at least.
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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #31 on: 10-01-22, 08:54PM »
Quick question on payslips. (sorry it's slightly off tangent)

Is there anyway to access old payslips (previously on payslipview). We (in store) moved over to Work and Pay in June/July - so older payslips are not showing?

Surely Tesco should still provide us access to at least 12 months' worth?
Payslip view website is still there you can still access it

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #32 on: 11-01-22, 12:06AM »
It asks for an authentication code. Is that on the new latest payslips?

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #33 on: 11-01-22, 04:49AM »
Doesn't for me when did your store move to work and pay on tesco help it says once you migrate to work and pay you will still have access to payslipview for 3 months.

From colleague help

P60’s: For colleagues who have not moved to Work & Pay you will be able to retrieve historic P60’s in Payslipview.  This data is purged 3 months after a colleague leaves Tesco so you should download these before you leave.  After this time, we are unable to retrieve the actual P60 document and will instead provide you with a Statement of Earnings.  This document contains the same details as the P60.


For colleagues on Work & Pay only P60’s created since moving to Work & Pay are available for you to download.  Simply log in to Work & Pay and select “View documents”.  Any P60 documents created before you move to Work & Pay will be available for a period of three months.  After this time, we are unable to retrieve the actual P60 document and will instead provide you with a Statement of Earnings.  This document contains the same details as the P60.

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #34 on: 11-01-22, 05:08AM »
Quick question on payslips. (sorry it's slightly off tangent)

Is there anyway to access old payslips (previously on payslipview). We (in store) moved over to Work and Pay in June/July - so older payslips are not showing?

Surely Tesco should still provide us access to at least 12 months' worth?
For payslips https://colleague-help.ourtesco.com/hc/en-us/articles/360050499272-How-can-I-get-a-replacement-P45-P60-or-Payslip-duplicate-document

You've to submit a form on colleague help for work and pay storees
https://colleague-help.ourtesco.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?ticket_form_id=360000820771

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #35 on: 23-01-22, 02:28PM »
I’ve been told on many occasions (to pass on to staff) that they limit how much they will put through due to their original errors so you don’t lose more than you otherwise would to tax and other deductions. I don’t know how true that is! But if you tell them you will be short on things such as rent, or unable to pay travel to work and so on, you should be able to push them to do something in a much more timely manner

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #36 on: 23-01-22, 02:54PM »
My store has a locally produced manual clocking form for those who have forgotten or do not yet have a clock card. Has to be signed by line/duty manager.

Hand one in, keep a copy on yr phone, job's a good'un.

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Re: Drastically underpaid and nobody seems to care
« Reply #37 on: 23-01-22, 02:59PM »
I forgot to say, in my store also, a note is made, and text on group chat to make sure the person coding exceptions is aware the next day. There is no reason people should be missing pay, and it should be treated as a priority to make sure staff are paid correctly. And this is on W&P, where they initially claim coding exceptions isn’t possible (it is!)