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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #575 on: 25-08-21, 10:49PM »
Couldn't agree more forrest.

Was told about some SL vacancies in a store within a few miles from where I live (Extra) and I'm wondering how they'll get around someone finishing at midnight at one day only to be expected back five hours later.

Nice to know policies are followed and the health and safety of customers and colleagues is of high priority  :thumbdown:.

If anyone was stupid enough to do that type of shift pattern they need some kind of medical help not only is it illegal it’s also extremely bad for your health

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #576 on: 26-08-21, 10:48AM »
Completely agree Gasmonkey.


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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #577 on: 27-08-21, 02:28PM »
Tesco have got away with it for years in express with the infamous late to early an 11pm or midnight finish then back for half five in the morning, obviously this does not happen every day but for shift leaders it happens more than you might think, and yes it’s totally wrong but what can you do if people put up with such treatment.
Do not let anyone tell you there is not a decent job and life beyond Tesco.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #578 on: 29-08-21, 12:55AM »
It’s called sticking up for yourself, & you just tell the store manger that you’re not prepared too do & more importantly you won’t. But then, as I did just drop an email to your area manager - sit back & watch the fire works. Tesco policy is you need 11 hours rest period between shifts. Any decent area manager or people partner WILL ensure that this happens

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #579 on: 29-08-21, 10:05AM »
In my experience its not the store manager doing any of this but the line managers who want an easy life, however the stand up for yourself bit is spot on.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #580 on: 29-08-21, 07:08PM »
It’s called sticking up for yourself, & you just tell the store manger that you’re not prepared too do & more importantly you won’t. But then, as I did just drop an email to your area manager - sit back & watch the fire works. Tesco policy is you need 11 hours rest period between shifts. Any decent area manager or people partner WILL ensure that this happens

I did stick up for myself and refused to do late to earlies, sadly some of those I worked with just went along with it and never said anything, not much you can do when people wont help themselves.
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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #581 on: 29-08-21, 07:39PM »
Ultimately most people agree to it to get an early finish the next day. Otherwise they'd be stuck on nothing but back to back late nights to fit in the 11 hour gap between shifts.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #582 on: 31-08-21, 06:46PM »
I did a stint as a Shift Leader in Express for a short while and did make the mistake (one off!) of finishing late and starting early again the next morning.

I appreciate it happens a lot more than some of us perhaps realise and needless to say I didn't do it again before I left.

Mind you, the then store manager was the kind who'd been heavily overmanned when they were in and as soon as they finished for the day it was 'one on one' and they wondered why some of us got easily annoyed...

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #583 on: 07-09-21, 09:54AM »
we have heard the new superstore structure is being implimented by Christmas this year. will be interesting since we have quite a few managers and as far as I am aware none are leaving.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #584 on: 07-09-21, 11:26AM »
Jeez! Merry Christmas people. Surely they can’t do this? Consultation periods etc?
« Last Edit: 07-09-21, 04:31PM by Nomad »

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #585 on: 07-09-21, 04:50PM »
What structure is that Thor?

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #586 on: 08-09-21, 02:38PM »
Dotcom for everyone ;D?

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #587 on: 08-09-21, 05:43PM »
Currently a shift leader in express and on options to be a manager in superstore or extra. Is there really any point now? Managers who leave are going to be replaced with shift leaders so there'll be no more managerial vacancies for the foreseeable?

I’ve been waiting to participate in the BS that is development across formats. SL to TM always been one sided. Large stores push colleagues to develop from CA to TM whilst we in express are expected to jump into a completely new operation from Express SL to to TM placements. My placement SM was signed off today after jumping from CA to TM in large. I’ve given up now with stores and applied for the HGV apprenticeship

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #588 on: 08-09-21, 06:10PM »
SL-TM is an an insignificant jump highlighted by the salary difference between the 2 (entry level TMs, not experienced ones).

Most SLs that get promoted get a placement as an Express SM, it's a zig-zag type of jump, SL-TM is about as insignificant a jump as TM-Express SM and Express SM-Lead Manager.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #589 on: 21-09-21, 08:37AM »
Hi. We are very close the the right amount of managers to now move the the structure. Can anyone say how many TMs they have, what their job title is and what departments fall under that title. I am intrigued in the variation between stores. Is there a document that says what departments go together or is it up to the SM
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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #590 on: 21-09-21, 11:30AM »
Each store will be different depending on size, however every store manager was given documentation to explain each step of the way.
This document explains who has which department depending on how many managers the store is currently over by, and will change as a manager leaves, until the store hits the target managers.
Ours went through it with us at the time for our store and explained that the expectation was that every couple of years the remaining managers would rotate round the store.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #591 on: 22-09-21, 06:42PM »
Please make sure all extra mgrs are wearing their extra thick pants a week on Monday.
Thats when annocements get made for structure and title changes in extras. Watch this space.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #592 on: 22-09-21, 07:14PM »
All Managers in Extras were done in March with Managers in Superstores and Team Support.
Now if you genuinely know something spill the beans otherwise there’s no need for unwanted speculation and scaremongering.
And no I’m not a manager in a Extra Store.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #593 on: 22-09-21, 08:46PM »
Shift leaders and buy out. I will say no more.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #594 on: 22-09-21, 10:20PM »
Please could someone explain the Shift Leader role. Thanks

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #595 on: 23-09-21, 08:55AM »
Sounds like the next cull is on it’s way.

Hopefully they look at the overpaid store managers as well.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #596 on: 23-09-21, 09:22AM »
Please could someone explain the Shift Leader role. Thanks

Shift leaders run the shop floor and hold the duty phone.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #597 on: 23-09-21, 09:23AM »
Miss out the floor and you have it.

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #598 on: 23-09-21, 06:41PM »
@forrestgimp  :D ;D

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Re: Management restructure 2021
« Reply #599 on: 23-09-21, 07:39PM »
If there is a buy out and structure change implemented in a few weeks time and the company wants us to accept a new title and a reduced salary scale then all the good will that comes from covering the store over the Xmas period and new year period will disappear I am sure because the store managers take the p**s in normal times!  >:D >:D