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Quote from: lucgeo on 07-08-23, 05:04PMTesco job advertisement...It's our policy to offer new colleagues joining us a minimum of 16 guaranteed hours each week, but if you'd like to work fewer hours (to a minimum of 12) we have opportunities for this too and would still love to hear from you.The table shows the periods of time in the week we'd like you to be available to work – the availability windows. We will schedule your contracted hours within these times, and you'll have 3 weeks' notice of exactly when your shifts will be. We are happy to support flexibility for our colleagues, therefore if the times you're available to work match closely but not exactly to the times we are advertising, we'd still like to hear from you.Yea, good luck with that
Quote from: lucgeo on 17-09-23, 09:18AMNobody has to work Sunday, you can ask to opt out of Sunday working. Now the new contracts are a minimum 12 hours, not sixteen, however as you already had a contract before the changes, you could argue that as a case in your favour. No employee opting out of Sunday working should suffer a detriment because of this. But what are we talking here...you sign an opt out form to give notice ( I think it's 4 week notice? ) of Sunday working. So now what are they going to do? Dismiss you? On what grounds? You ARE fulfilling your contract as you are working your Saturday contract hours. There'd be a lot of back and forth to state their business case of the 12 hour minimum! A very silly manager would make an issue of it considering you are a Saturday worker! There is no single day of 12 hour contracts, but is there a chance you could increase your Saturday hours to meet them halfway if pushed? To be honest, I'd stand my ground and just opt out of the Sundays as is my right, and then argue that the minimum 12 hour contract isn't an option on a single day shift.I can't see how they would impose this argument anyway? Lots of people drop Sundays and the policy states there's no obligation for Tesco to find you those lost hours on another day, so vice versa! DON'T sign anything unless it's agreeable to you!DON'T agree to anything, especially if it's on a vague verbal promise basis from your manager, get them to put it in writing!
Quote from: Morris999 on 07-08-23, 08:51PMMinimum amount of contacted hours as agreed by the union are as follows-Joined before 31st October 2022 7.5 hoursJoined after 31st October 2022 12 hours
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