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Lifestyle Break: staff can take up to 12 months off, and on their return they go back to the same job, hours, pay, if no structure changes.

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the former is more my concern but seems to me to be connected to the latter (the lights go down when it closes at midnight and gradually the store becomes intolerably cold, even wearing layers, I'm not on chilled or frozen and my fingers become icy...

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Can someone tell me when the 20%off week for colleagues is in December? I'm retired and haven't had any communication about it, but I've heard thru friends that still work, but no exact dates.

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Am I still right in thinking that the control screen should not be used to approve age restricted products and you need to use your login / barcode and look at every customer? And if so which I think I'm right on can anyone point me towards the policy?...

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Do tesco still do rumble?

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Hi,

Its my understanding that if a van shows an engine management light (amber or red) it is not to be taken out of the store?

A little back story; Doing my van checks one morning (day B) and the engine light comes on amber, so I went to my TL and told him, he told me that it had been looked at during the previous week, and all was ok with it. So I said "right ok...." left it at that, during my shift I had a text from the previous driver of the van telling me that the light came on the night before (night A) I went out in it got back that evening from my afternoon run, and defected it. Which as far as I am aware is the correct thing to do. - Its a new issue or a reoccurrence of a previous issue that needs looking into again.Read More

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