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Started by elasticspy, 27-09-22, 11:54PM
Quote from: Tesc0Wow on 28-09-22, 02:16AMIt's your decision, the advice is to isolate however Tesco can't stop you from coming to work however if you do they'll likely want you to wear a mask.Basically it's upto you, come in if you feel well enough to work. Or isolate if you don't/want to be careful. Bare in mind it's just coded as Sick now so you'll only get standard sick pay.
Quote from: Sherwoodforest on 28-09-22, 06:56AMIf its a contagious virus tesco says stay off for 5 days no grey area saying tesco cant stop you coming to work at all,
Quote from: londoner83 on 28-09-22, 07:34AMIt's basically up to you. There is no requirement to test now so employee A could well be working alongside you with covid as they haven't tested, whilst employee B who has is in the dilemma you are.
Quote from: kaled78 on 28-09-22, 07:38AMalso you won't get paid for your first 3 days off if you are a newish employee
Quote from: lucgeo on 28-09-22, 07:44AMThis should always have been correct procedure but as usual, you'll get the colleague who braved it out to come to work, thinking they're some sort of trooper for doing so, then they'll be used as the shining example of dedication in not letting the team down, for anyone weak enough to take time off sick! Well if the stupid trooper hadn't turned up in the first place spreading the virus about, sickness wouldn't be so high instore! I once had flu ( yes it was flu!) during a bank holiday week...a silly manager trying to discredit me for not producing a non required sick note, asking why, if I'd been so unwell, I hadn't been to the doctors or A&E to be signed off, stupid person I " innocently " asked the PM if this was now Tesco policy, to present to A&E with a contagious virus for proof of illness Silly manager was promptly read the riot act
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