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Quote from: Redshoes on 10-08-22, 11:52AMIt's a huge financial loss if not worked. Shrink is through the roof but then there are lost sales too. Then add in customer comments and the impact of bws not being worked hits so many measures.
Quote from: Tesla on 07-07-22, 08:06PMMore nightshift colleagues are going next quarter.
Quote from: NightAndDay on 24-03-22, 07:41PMTesco is a sinking ship, if the degradation in pay and conditions hasn't been indicative of such in the past 8 years then the coming cuts and p**s taking will be, best jump ship while you all can, Everywhere but Icelands pays more atm.
Quote from: biggguy on 17-08-21, 02:51AMWe've already moved them to days ,I thought all stores were the same
Quote from: Nightproduceworker on 06-07-22, 04:52PMHi, our store has bws moved to days months ago, non food and frozen is next. It's a slow process but eventually it will happen, each section at a time to days/twilight. September will be the next phase then after Christmas. If it's all done at once it will put pressure on warehouses to move their delivery loads around. Said it all along, all they got to do is bring in delivery couple hours earlier and slowly move how's where it fits days/twilight's. Alot of people have left which is good for Tesco because they don't pay redundancies and the hours drop down to meet their criteria. We have 3 night managers and 1 senior manager. One manager is moving to days in 4 weeks as another change. Again, it's a slow process, the news broke out months ago about Tesco going to simplify their business, nights are going, the money to save on night pay premium is huge,anyone on the verge of retirement, leaving ect is what Tesco will hope for. Any redundancy it will be full timers. We now have less that 10 on nights. Checkouts going self serve with new installations is another key. The new contract and training for .com and checkouts, roles you can or can't do in the contract is all point towards this big simplified move. Once they get to the point they have cut down staff, like ours some managers have moved to small stores. If they get new staff and need to fill hours they will, but they know having no full timers, offering the overtime is what staff already there will take. Why I say full timers will be the first in line for any redundancy/paycut/ours cut. We are an extra with .com. we have .comers come in early hours to fill aswell as they want extra hours. So when Tesco move to days/twilight. That night premium will be gone. Of course Tesco can't just get rid of you, so you will have meetings. You already have the new contract what shifts/hours and jobs you can do. But when the move comes, your meeting will consist of weather you can move to these hours, fit your lifestyle ect. You leave no redundancy which means Tesco don't have to pay out. But on the grounds they can't fullfil the hours in your contract, you may get offered redundancy. It's abit of tough one as I've heard your old contract, your hours and pay still stand with the new one. I'm not with our union, haven't been for couple years now. Never used or needed them. I feel after they agreed on Tesco behalf for all their union members to a new contract, we don't have a say either way.
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