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londoner83

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4650 on: 12-06-19, 07:44AM »
It will instead be the wages clerk or admin colleague who is left to resolve this mess.

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4651 on: 12-06-19, 09:34AM »

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4652 on: 12-06-19, 01:20PM »
Thank you for the reply. I have been with the conpany for 8 years and work 4 days a week. I have been on maternity so haven't done any overtime since the start of the new tesco holiday year. If I had earnt 3 days holiday and 1 day bank holiday as standard by this date in previous years, then surely it should be the same now?

I have heard that although holiday still accrues whilst being on maternity, it has been known to be on a different system so could this have screwed it up? I was told during my redundancy consultation that I should get more than my printed out figures as it would include holidays too. Did anyone else get holiday pay as part of their May 31st redundancy?

You either get the entirety of your holiday allowance, or just the earnt amount, this is down to when you started at Tesco  (only really old timers get the full holiday amount as far as i'm aware, most just get the "earnt" amount.)

As for the holiday accrual rate, i'm 90% sure the fact you're booked on maternity has effected your accrual rate, probably a systemic error which you should raise with the people manager.

Some unscrupulous SMs (most of them) will take off holiday when you're on maternity/sick leave, make sure you have checked the "taken" part if your holiday allowance.

Thank you for your reply. This is what I thought. I have raised it with my (previous) manager.  Similarly, I was underpaid my redundancy too.  I received the 3 components as stated on the redundancy breakdown, however, a large sum of money was taken from this as 'basic pay CR'.

I am assuming this means correction. There is no explanation anywhere as to why they have taken this money.  For the other people who have been underpaid, were you just given a lesser amount or was your money deducted like mine?

I have spoken to my manager and they are looking into it.  Does anyone have any ideas as to why they may have taken it before I get my hopes up of getting it back.  I don't owe them any money and didn't receive any wages other than PILON as I was on maternity when I was made redundant.

CR next to any element of the Pay slip means Credit. It's usually applied to tax and pension elements of the pay slip, it's function is to inverse the payment , so under deductions, tax for instance, if you see tax <value>CR, it means you'll have the value amount added to your gross pay, similarly if you see basic pay <value>CR.it means its deducted from your total pay.

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4653 on: 12-06-19, 01:30PM »
Got an email today from the debt team saying that my request for a detailed breakdown has been sent onto someone else to mess up now I'm guessing.


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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4654 on: 12-06-19, 01:39PM »
Yes...pass the parcel. No one is interested in taking on the extra work. We are all in the same boat jobs constantly on the line and Dave screwing us over while we stay.

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« Reply #4655 on: 12-06-19, 01:50PM »
I had sent my email to the colleague support email address and it has been "channelled" to the appropriate person to deal with my query. Let's see!!

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4656 on: 12-06-19, 06:30PM »
luckily i got a job straight away so the money is just sat there which is nice to have

and is stay sat there until i get a full breakdown of everything

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« Reply #4657 on: 13-06-19, 09:04AM »
Morning wanted to ask in a few weeks time some new log in system is coming in to effect which will tell you which department etc etc.  asked manger they dont give straight answer  >:(   so can someone tell me exactly what it is !  as i know some stores in uk already have this system in place . tnx

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4658 on: 13-06-19, 09:44AM »
It's called whole store scheduler,  search topics , there is a thread on it . However we've been being told it's coming for years and all that's happened is an iPad mounted on wall beside clock machine

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« Reply #4659 on: 13-06-19, 09:48AM »
On ours there is old clock system with a Samsung tablet just mounted few weeks ago  :-X

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4660 on: 13-06-19, 10:01AM »

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« Reply #4661 on: 13-06-19, 11:21AM »
Beardedberk have you have any further contact yet?

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4662 on: 13-06-19, 11:56AM »

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4663 on: 13-06-19, 12:50PM »
so is this oracle ( schedule) actually coming as reading from previous posts its either been postponed or shelved ?


and if it is from sound of it i hate it already  >:D my departments never done and yet was asked about different departments last week .  also bs to telling me when i should take a break  >:D   think its time to look elsewhere
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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4664 on: 13-06-19, 12:52PM »
Whole store scheduler is coming.

Oracle has been shelved.

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« Reply #4665 on: 13-06-19, 12:57PM »
Whole store scheduler is coming winter is here ?? anyone in there store using it ? whats it like exactly how does it work?  as in my store there are workers takling but apparently managers dont know jack and how it works when asked

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4666 on: 13-06-19, 01:25PM »

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« Reply #4667 on: 13-06-19, 01:26PM »

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« Reply #4668 on: 13-06-19, 01:29PM »

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« Reply #4669 on: 13-06-19, 02:12PM »

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4670 on: 13-06-19, 04:18PM »
Does anyone have any information on the management restructure? All we've been told is vacancies are on hold until week 22.  I originally heard that food stock control managers would go if they had under a certain head count then told to carry on as normal and haven't heard anything since. 

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4671 on: 13-06-19, 09:19PM »
If they are, then my old manager will be skipping down the aisles..he's been praying for this...nice bloke who's become totally demoralised over the years with how the company has declined and no longer support, train or follow the core values.
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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4672 on: 14-06-19, 12:21AM »

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4673 on: 14-06-19, 12:58AM »
I can knock up an excel rota for my department in 5 minutes then go and see the people who are likely to want the overtime. Now I will have to do that and then add the info to the scheduler. Only benefit is other managers can see at a glance who is in for other departments but the s*** ones who can never get their own team to pick up overtime will just start poaching those who are in (especially checkouts)

In an ideal world when everyone is a robot and flexi contracts actually work I can see how it can and would work. In a shop with human beings with human feelings about each other and departments it is going to fail and cost time.

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Re: 2019 Structure Changes
« Reply #4674 on: 14-06-19, 01:34AM »
Madness

True and I have seen it work but there is also too many managers keeping things to themselves and losing pieces of paper.

Other managers should be able to see colleagues holidays and overtime too at all times. They may have to arrange a meeting or may want to make an offer of overtime. The tablet too saves colleagues hunting for a manager to check or make requests. 

There is too much he/she said and too many TMs letting people work where they want. Too many colleagues only doing OT if in a certain aisle. The managers should be asking if people want overtime and aisle will be discussed when you turn up. Managers obviously need to check if people are on light duties before allocating and look at putting people in aisles where they can finish in good time.

 

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