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Started by burns2015, 20-04-15, 08:22AM
QuoteTesco PLC, Cheshunt, England, recorded a 10% increase in its group pension deficit to Â£3.1 billion ($3.8 billion) but plans to eliminate most of the shortfall with a one-time contribution.
Quote from: sunshineman on 28-09-20, 04:37PMWhy are the pensions so bad for Tesco. My brother in law works for the NHS as a porter. He joined the pension last year and he retires in four years and when he leaves he gets a lump sum of Â£15,000.
Quote from: helpme on 19-04-23, 11:31PMWhile we're on the subject of pensions does anyone know the details of the plan preceding the current one that closed around nine or ten years ago?I left this 💩show of a company a year or so ago and took the current pension with me to my new employer (Sainsburys😁) but the old one is still retained by Tesco and I want it so I have no ties at all with this company anymore.
Quote from: HollyMason on 01-05-23, 11:57PMCan someone clarify something for me but i was told by a colleague that if you get sacked from Tesco you lose all the contributions that Tesco has paid in to your pension, you will only be entitled to what you paid in.
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