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Started by btblackbird, 16-08-21, 09:24AM
Quote from: Sherwoodforest on 26-03-22, 09:23AMA day shift isn't always 7.5 hours like most night shifts are, sure twilight shifts are 6 hours or less in a store near me as for theft, I used to see someone on BWS when I started my shift at 9pm I don't see anyone on there now, and we find 20 empty tags regularly now.
Quote from: LostBWS on 26-03-22, 11:09PMTwilight BWS stocking starts in our store supposedly on Monday 28th. Posts have been advertised now for around 4 weeks and there has not been one person turning up for interview. Obviously no existing staff want this shift as turning up for £40 is taking the p***. Top management in their Ivory Towers have absolutely no clue what it takes to stock an Extra BWS department. Moving onto twilight's is an ill thought out ludicrous idea . It won't reduce theft in the slightest and this combined with the "we've listened to our customers" line is entirely bs on behalf of management to make it appear that Tesco are benefiting everyone. It's the thin end of the wedge with no pay protection and is obviously the start of the process to move all stocking over to days thus avoiding having to pay the meagre night premium. Penny pinching - when will it end ?Probably when we are all on minimum wage , we are very close now.b
Quote from: BUY TESLA STOCK on 28-03-22, 07:45PMYour night managers should get a copy of the advert, leave the work and tell the SM there taking nowt to do with a twilight job. Ohh that's right they are scared of the SM.
Quote from: Sherwoodforest on 29-03-22, 08:00AMNot sure why everyone thinks bws going from nights to days is bad,or shop lifting is funny, some shoplifters got to be on more than store managers for an hour or two work ,shrink affects our pay,winds me up to think I've got to work while some tracksuit wearing chav is earning more for undoing all my hard work,let bws day staff have tasers and taser anyone who picks more than 1 bottle of spirits up
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