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Quote from: Redshoes on 21-12-21, 08:18AMGA's work is different. All Replenishment colleagues should do hard physical work, it's what they are paid to do. Managers support all areas, work side by side filling shelves but the people who have tried and failed options are the people who only see this. It has often been the case that when they see the whole other side of a managers job they drop out. You don't get more money to just carry on and do the same replenishment job, it's a different role. We are supposed to be training shift leaders now, once they have started working through the training pack most of them have dropped out. They don't want to know about PFS, about checkouts, about the whole store. They want to be a shift leader in fresh saying work that cage next and see that as the full job role. All stores have colleagues who think they work harder than everyone else. We all have colleagues who spend ages complaining and have a chip on their shoulder. Over the years I have seen some of these hand in notice and move on. They think the store will fall apart without them. The reality if that there is often huge relief that they have gone. They often re-apply but don't get back.
Quote from: person7 on 05-01-22, 12:33AMWait do some tesco still have bakers?All 20 tescos I can get to all come in frozen and produce (fruit/veg) tram just do them. No bakers where I work!And the one I shop in (eg near my home that I don't work in) is an extra store and they don't even have ovens anymore! Least the ones you can see public view are unused since same time. Our store got rid of fish and bakery etc.
Quote from: Pancakes on 05-01-22, 05:12AMDoes anybody know , when it becomes official from the top. Not returning to opening 24 hours?
Quote from: NightAndDay on 21-12-21, 07:20PMIncompetence raises to the top generally at Tesco, fortunately a Russian AM has took over the group I was in and has taken the Vladimir Putin approach of saying things how they are, 20 pompous, lazy self-entitled SMs backlashed to his honest feedback and he sent them packing, it's what the business needs, a straight talking person who focuses on the KPI's not the pink and fluffy cultural touchy feely aspects of people management and fulfilling diversity quotas.
Quote from: Biscuit tin on 02-12-22, 09:57PMBakeries will definitely be gone in New Year. The writings been on the wall for 3 years. The wise ones got out then when they had the chance. Completely driven into the ground since then. And with all the changes to contracts they'll be no redundancy option for them this time.
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