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spike_pkh

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #25 on: 16-03-20, 04:55AM »
MyShift has no correlation with pay. Speak to your manager ir you have concerns about your hours but dont even worry abour what MyShift says

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #26 on: 15-11-20, 08:08PM »
Hi I am a new worker. I don’t fully know what I am doing in terms of the online programmes for workers.

I was given an introduction and told about certain things but nobody really showed me how to use the apps, or even how to download them. I have heard the other colleagues talking about info etc. I would like to download it (mainly to see where certain products are located for customers) but I don’t have a Tesco email to sign up for it.

What I would like to do is find out how to see my shifts. I know that I work the same hours every week but I would like to see where this is. I have an our Tesco account and an employee number.

There isn’t any hours listed on there. So how do I find this out?

Sorry to sound naive.
« Last Edit: 15-11-20, 10:28PM by Nomad »

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #27 on: 15-11-20, 09:25PM »
Good evening.

You're not naïve at all. I don't know when it'll come down but your manager needs to check the Users report on G/H Drive (they'll need to access Stores Desktop) and you'll have a @tes5co.com email address and temporary password.

If you head to colleague.ourte5co.com (replace the 5 with s) you'll then be asked to enter your temporary password then create a new one.

In future you'll head to colleague.ourte5co.com and on their you'll use the myShift tile to be able to see what hours/days you're working. The hours shown have breaks deducted already.

It's worth pointing out it's only 100% accurate if your manager has used the tablet to put any shifts/overtime/time off in-so it's only reliable if they are reliable  :D.

To use Inform if you use the search facility on VLH you'll be able to find out how to get sorted-you'll need your @te5co.com email address and password to access it.

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #28 on: 21-11-20, 11:04PM »
Myshift seems to be playing up recently or is this management input being wrong? I often pick up 4hr shifts on overtime and myshift has them down at 3.75hrs... I have always understood that 4hr shifts do not have a break in them.

Also some departments just don't bother inputting data into it eg checkouts and PFS do in my store, services never do it.

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #29 on: 21-11-20, 11:15PM »
Under 4 hours is no break, 4 hours is 15 mins, so if you do a 4 hour shift you'll be down as a 15 min break, meaning if your working thst 15 mins your free to tesco for it, work shifts of 3.75 hours or get them to exception it to 4 hours and also backdate with a pay query for all overtime you've done.  It's all in the working hours policy.

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #30 on: 22-11-20, 11:35AM »
I have worked so many 4 hour shifts and been told you don't get a break and indeed when on departments which allocate breaks (e.g. checkouts) no break relief is written down for you. although I keep a record of my hours in my diary and have not been underpaid so far. will query next week.
« Last Edit: 22-11-20, 12:59PM by Nomad »

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #31 on: 22-11-20, 11:46AM »
If you work dotcom, then a 4hr shift is paid 4hrs. Only if you work over 4hrs are you deducted a break.

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #32 on: 09-01-21, 10:54PM »
We should not tannoy them by full name but we can tannoy Susan to the CSD or a colleague from Non-Food.
Sorry, I see this is almost a year old, but looking through help centre etc to find where it states this? Can you help please?

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #33 on: 05-12-21, 12:22PM »
Anyone else having trouble with Myshift today. All my shifts have disappeared and not showing any info. 0 hours showing. Another c*** up I suppose.

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #34 on: 05-12-21, 03:54PM »
Yes, mine has gone aswell. Nothing amazes me now >:D
 

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #35 on: 06-12-21, 12:28PM »
Mine's gone too.

anais

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #36 on: 06-12-21, 07:12PM »
My shifts have also disappeared

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« Reply #37 on: 06-12-21, 10:38PM »
Ditto with the vanished shifts-thought i had been sacked or something,which would could be a blessing in disguise the way the company is now.
All shifts worked gone as well.

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #38 on: 07-12-21, 02:08PM »
Under 4 hours is no break, 4 hours is 15 mins, so if you do a 4 hour shift you'll be down as a 15 min break, meaning if your working thst 15 mins your free to tesco for it, work shifts of 3.75 hours or get them to exception it to 4 hours and also backdate with a pay query for all overtime you've done.  It's all in the working hours policy.

Anyone who let's any company use their private phone for company business are also being underpaid and will have cookies to track what they are doing in and out of work, can anyone explain why would you do any company training on your own time on your own phone ? madness, just like not taking a break when you are unpaid I would seriously put a grievance in against the manager for not correcting this mistake previously and get the back pay you are entitled to. Managers just ain't what they used to be.

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #39 on: 20-12-21, 09:43PM »
I have just looked at my shifts on MYSHIFT and it bears no relationship to the shifts I have already worked and the future shifts. I work the same exact shifts and hours every week so why does MYSHIFT not reflect this?

I've had a FEW issues with it - it even said i had TWO shifts the same day and overtime was a good 3 hours LESS then i actually did! (but it was correct on the system as i checked with my manager and he showed me)

yet my regular ones all seem "different" every week even though its my contracted hours

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #40 on: 08-01-22, 03:11AM »
There shouldn’t be paper copies of Rotas available.  If you are on a flexible contract you should do doing your core and your addition hours should be recorded on a record of hours sheet.  You should not have access to other peoples shift pattern due to GDPR.  So when the tablet was introduced all paper Rotas should have been removed.  There will be some IT issues will it but in general the shifts on it should reflect what you have been asked to do.
LOL. All the people shifts are kept in a folder that anyone on checkouts can look at. We all have a good nose at what everyone else is doing and see who currently the favourite that is getting all the over time.

It the same on Customer Service Desk, everyone shifts is on one piece of paper in a folder that anyone in the store can look at it. Been this way for 4 years, an no one has ever moans. It also make finding people to swap shifts with easy.

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #41 on: 08-01-22, 03:13AM »
Myshift seems to be playing up recently or is this management input being wrong? I often pick up 4hr shifts on overtime and myshift has them down at 3.75hrs... I have always understood that 4hr shifts do not have a break in them.

Also some departments just don't bother inputting data into it eg checkouts and PFS do in my store, services never do it.
4 hours shift, is a 15 minute unpaid break. If people are telling you that you have no break they are getting an extra 15 minutes of free work out your arse and you should go an tell them to f off and take your 15 minute break. Well may be skip the F part.

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #42 on: 08-01-22, 06:25PM »
I work dotcom 6am to 2pm today I went in  and got a lets talk so did about 20 staff for being late, but strage as I signed in at 6 and on shop floor for 6, their reason was I should be on shop floor and ready scan out of dotcom AT 6am, surly that's not right? I'm not giving them a few minutes free every day! Same with end of day we pick right to 2pm sometime 5\10 past. Does anyone have the actual policy or know where it's written down?
« Last Edit: 08-01-22, 06:31PM by Hophop »

kaled78

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Re: MYSHIFT
« Reply #43 on: 08-01-22, 06:51PM »
sounds like bully tactics from your manager,if you clock in a 6am you are not late for work,all of you should grievence the stupid idiot