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Started by markwinters, 29-12-22, 11:06AM
Quote from: markwinters on 29-12-22, 12:04PMNot all team managers will become shift leaders ,will be scored to hit new structure, eg from 8 managers to 2 or 3 in larger stores. lead managers expected to pick up more of this where applicable, all very store specific agreed by SD
Quote from: Tesc0Wow on 29-12-22, 11:54AMSo 1 manager for a superstore? Let's bear in mind that superstores range from taking 100-200k to over 1.5m a week. Who's going to do formal meetings? Who's going to do Rotas? Who looks after departments? I get it in the smallest of superstores it may work, like our former metros. And some really small superstores, but not in most.I can see changes coming in management structure, but I don't think this is it...
Quote from: markwinters on 29-12-22, 11:06AMSo looks like that all superstore team managers are set to follow the express example and become shift leaders for less pay..NO TEAM Manager vacancies online, these were pulled before Christmas, stores must be at or below structure in some areas, and over in others, why isn't the policy being followed through to move managers- because something else is coming!New protection policy about protecting pay- losing any lump sum payment- about to dumped on- coming to a store near your just after viewpoint- or whatever Its called these days
Quote from: madness on 29-12-22, 11:42AMGot a source?
Quote from: londoner83 on 30-12-22, 09:07PMRedshoes- are you saying senior team are on the way out then?
Quote from: Redshoes on 31-12-22, 08:18AMQuote from: londoner83 on 30-12-22, 09:07PMRedshoes- are you saying senior team are on the way out then? I don't have any inside info. It's just my guess. I think to get store to structure will be top. That starts with senior team and then team managers. Store managers could end up with more than one store in some small superstores. Then I think the serve, pick and fill will kick in big time. The closer a store is to structure the less this will impact colleagues. Any depts that are over hours will be more likely be expected to support other areas that are under hours. Wages and admin could be hit as a result of managers moving towards an admin role and relating to a more online process of booking holiday etc. The launch of booking hols online was paused until after Christmas, it's on its way. I think CSD opening hours could be reduced. For us they are busy mornings and afternoons but less so in the evenings. I have heard of stores where the desk has been moved. I think anyone who has time to chat or manages to take extended breaks needs to expect a bigger workload that could be in a different area. The hours are going to be tight.
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