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Investigation meeting

Started by Tazd9t9, 30-08-22, 03:34AM

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Tazd9t9

Just a quick question, I have an investigation meeting coming up and wanted to know when they decide if its gross misconduct (I am fairly sure it isnt) but do they tell you that at the point it goes to investigation or after?

Sherwoodforest

If you log on ourtesco.com and go onto collegue help,type in misconduct there is a list of gross misconduct things,see if yours falls under any of them,

Teddybonkers

Quote from: Tazd9t9 on 30-08-22, 03:34AMJust a quick question, I have an investigation meeting coming up and wanted to know when they decide if its gross misconduct (I am fairly sure it isnt) but do they tell you that at the point it goes to investigation or after?
Who care's  - its just another min wage job. Plenty more fish in the sea.

Bobmay

Quote from: Teddybonkers on 30-08-22, 06:41PM
Quote from: Tazd9t9 on 30-08-22, 03:34AMJust a quick question, I have an investigation meeting coming up and wanted to know when they decide if its gross misconduct (I am fairly sure it isnt) but do they tell you that at the point it goes to investigation or after?
Who care's  - its just another min wage job. Plenty more fish in the sea.

With the changes coming now to Tesco it is better to stay to see if you recieve redundancy once you do than find better job

lucgeo

Quote from: Teddybonkers on 30-08-22, 06:41PM
Quote from: Tazd9t9 on 30-08-22, 03:34AMJust a quick question, I have an investigation meeting coming up and wanted to know when they decide if its gross misconduct (I am fairly sure it isnt) but do they tell you that at the point it goes to investigation or after?
Who care's  - its just another min wage job. Plenty more fish in the sea.

Not so easy if you've been dismissed for gross misconduct  :-X
Live for today. Learn from yesterday.

barafear

Holding out for redundancy seems a long shot - I think Tesco can manage their numbers (downwards) through natural waste/staff turnover.

Teddybonkers

Quote from: lucgeo on 31-08-22, 10:06AM
Quote from: Teddybonkers on 30-08-22, 06:41PM
Quote from: Tazd9t9 on 30-08-22, 03:34AMJust a quick question, I have an investigation meeting coming up and wanted to know when they decide if its gross misconduct (I am fairly sure it isnt) but do they tell you that at the point it goes to investigation or after?
Who care's  - its just another min wage job. Plenty more fish in the sea.

Not so easy if you've been dismissed for gross misconduct  :-X

Dismissed for gross misconduct? Only if you're daft enough to let it go that far. Just resign - we're on chicken shop / burger flipping wages now. Its not hard to find another dead end job these days.

madness

What did you do that its gross misconduct?  Usual two are stealing or violence.

Bobmay

#8
Quote from: barafear on 31-08-22, 05:02PMHolding out for redundancy seems a long shot - I think Tesco can manage their numbers (downwards) through natural waste/staff turnover.

With the customers spending far less in tesco and everything becoming more expensive Tesco will be reducing staff numbers soon and slowly moving to the postion of aldi and lidl where they have smaller amount of staff and fo more work.It is only an matter of time. Also redundancy will not be forever soon Tesco will stop redundancy however not now but after a few more cuts. The first being removing more night shift from more store not all but many more and the second being removing managers and replacing them with shift leaders. The Tesco CEO stated in the quarter report that customers are changing their shopping habits which they said last time when they did redundancy.  In my store it is becoming an disaster with no staff especially on nights with most leaving and not being replaced not 1 person has come when 15 people left. So it is coming redundancy but not for all people for didcot they aren't and drivers they aren't. However for other staff they are depending when they work and if tesco wants to change their hours for example if you work night if they want to remove some nights they will do so. Or if you do quiet hours in the morning when there is no customers. I believe they will soon move onto zero hours contracts.

Bobmay

Quote from: Teddybonkers on 31-08-22, 06:06PM
Quote from: lucgeo on 31-08-22, 10:06AM
Quote from: Teddybonkers on 30-08-22, 06:41PM
Quote from: Tazd9t9 on 30-08-22, 03:34AMJust a quick question, I have an investigation meeting coming up and wanted to know when they decide if its gross misconduct (I am fairly sure it isnt) but do they tell you that at the point it goes to investigation or after?
Who care's  - its just another min wage job. Plenty more fish in the sea.

Not so easy if you've been dismissed for gross misconduct  :-X

Dismissed for gross misconduct? Only if you're daft enough to let it go that far. Just resign - we're on chicken shop / burger flipping wages now. Its not hard to find another dead end job these days.

Burger shop workers are paid more than get cash in hand. They also aren't pressured and overworked.

Bobmay

Quote from: madness on 31-08-22, 08:28PMWhat did you do that its gross misconduct?  Usual two are stealing or violence.

It is just an excuse to put pressure on staff to leave so they don't pay redundancy and get new staff on lower wages and no premiums.

Redshoes

Quote from: Sherwoodforest on 30-08-22, 07:52AMIf you log on ourtesco.com and go onto collegue help,type in misconduct there is a list of gross misconduct things,see if yours falls under any of them,

If it does fall under misconduct or gross misconduct you need to be aware that you can only hand in your notice up until that last meeting. If it goes that when the last chance you have to hand in your notice is before the breakout. Once you are called back in to hear the findings of the disciplinary manager you can no,longer hand in your notice.

penguin

Usually if its gross misconduct you will know already where its going as your likely to be suspended either once a manager has been made aware of the allegation against you or straight away after the investigation.
Do not let anyone tell you there is not a decent job and life beyond Tesco.

Juicecorner

Quote from: Bobmay on 01-09-22, 05:12AM
Quote from: barafear on 31-08-22, 05:02PMHolding out for redundancy seems a long shot - I think Tesco can manage their numbers (downwards) through natural waste/staff turnover.

With the customers spending far less in tesco and everything becoming more expensive Tesco will be reducing staff numbers soon and slowly moving to the postion of aldi and lidl where they have smaller amount of staff and fo more work.It is only an matter of time. Also redundancy will not be forever soon Tesco will stop redundancy however not now but after a few more cuts. The first being removing more night shift from more store not all but many more and the second being removing managers and replacing them with shift leaders. The Tesco CEO stated in the quarter report that customers are changing their shopping habits which they said last time when they did redundancy.  In my store it is becoming an disaster with no staff especially on nights with most leaving and not being replaced not 1 person has come when 15 people left. So it is coming redundancy but not for all people for didcot they aren't and drivers they aren't. However for other staff they are depending when they work and if tesco wants to change their hours for example if you work night if they want to remove some nights they will do so. Or if you do quiet hours in the morning when there is no customers. I believe they will soon move onto zero hours contracts.

Is anything you say actually fact? I notice on every post you are saying what is coming and by doing that could be putting people in fear when it is not necessary. I think we can accept changes will continue to come in one way or the other but the way you word alot of your comments is as if you know and are speaking facts.

Tazd9t9

Quote from: penguin on 02-09-22, 06:46PMUsually if its gross misconduct you will know already where its going as your likely to be suspended either once a manager has been made aware of the allegation against you or straight away after the investigation.

Thats what i thought as that happened to a colleague in a previous job. I don't think what I have done is gross miscobduct there was no theft or violence or anything like that, just wondered if they told you basically straight away like as you say by suspending you

lucgeo

It's now 9 days since your original post? There are time constraints for any investigation, and if by now you've not been approached, or received a letter stating the time of the meeting and what the investigation is about, then I'd keep my head down and say nowt!

Gross misconduct you would certainly have been immediately escorted from the building with paid suspension and an explanation as to the reason why!
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