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Started by bornfree, 21-03-22, 06:02PM
Quote from: kaled78 on 21-03-22, 08:41PMseveral of the pre 2005 staff who escape checkouts,were made to train as .com pickers instead,some refused and went to the union only to be told the 2005 agreement only covers checkouts,not other departments as well
Quote from: FarmerFred on 22-03-22, 08:13AMCheckout manning is supposed to rely on store staff for handling peaks, otherwise you end up with far too many checkout staff sitting on their backsides doing sfa for extended periods. Other departments' hours are based on a percentage of department time being used for multi-skill calls to checkouts or dot com. Up the manning levels on checkouts and department other hours will be cut to compensate.
Quote from: bornfree on 21-03-22, 06:02PM Can anyone point me towards where it says people who worked before 2005 cannot be forced to be till-trained?Thank you in advance
Quote from: tescopleb on 20-05-22, 03:12PM I get the impression that despite talk of 16 hour contracts what they really want is a casual work force it can use and abuse to its hearts content. Lets upset all the cashiers, get rid of the older ones who can't work on the shop floor and call it natural wastage when they all leave. Mind you I don't imagine they expected to be landed with the amount of OH referrals they have - something I suspect they might not have anticipated and may well regret. Usdaw really should be holding them to account for this but as usual are posted missing. From the days of Iain Maclaurin and even Terrys early years, it's been a rapid drop back to the bottom..
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