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Started by Bobmay, 31-01-23, 11:33AM
Quote from: spike_pkh on 31-01-23, 12:01PM"Tesco is profit driven now"A company, whose purpose is to sell stuff and make profits, being driven by profit margins.. how dare they!
Quote from: Bobmay on 31-01-23, 12:58PMQuote from: spike_pkh on 31-01-23, 12:01PM"Tesco is profit driven now"A company, whose purpose is to sell stuff and make profits, being driven by profit margins.. how dare they!Before Tesco was flooded with many staff members. Now it is struggling with no staff members it is far worse than before. Before it was driven by profit but not extremely driven by it. Now it is extremely driven by profit no matter what.
Quote from: lordadmiral on 31-01-23, 02:51PMLook for a job in IT, the shortage is huge. I am working as software developer after 15 years at tesco.Just spend some time learning some basics.Pressure is way lower and pay is better.
Quote from: Checkout Superstar on 31-01-23, 07:42PMFor the 3rd year running you can bet colleagues do not recommend Tesco as a great place to work on EVM but Tesco seem to wear that title like a badge of honour now.
Quote from: Albert on 31-01-23, 08:39PMHow is it that Managers will be offered redundancy and Checkout Team Support weren't, when they were moved to off till activity role??
Quote from: londoner83 on 31-01-23, 10:01PMWhether you should take redundancy is a individual decision. If you won't get much of a payout and live in a area of high unemployment you may be better to try and remain in a role. Likewise if you are nearing retirement or are comfortable you can secure alternative employment quickly you may be better of leaving.However as I understand it as it stands if u are offered a role, and turn it down redundancy isn't a option.
Quote from: Hammer10 on 31-01-23, 10:32PMJust think how much profit the company could make if they ran it properly and not like they were playing fantasy shop keeping.
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