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Cleaner1

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Re: investigation meeting
« Reply #25 on: 03-01-20, 11:22AM »

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Re: investigation meeting
« Reply #26 on: 03-01-20, 03:16PM »
Difficult to comment fairly without knowing all the elements of the incident and meetings.
 

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Re: investigation meeting
« Reply #27 on: 09-01-20, 11:02PM »
Oh.now we have another one.lad live,s in a village.was in the area  ,ie 1 mile away..went home for the toilet..written warning 13 weeks.( we is watching you )..can only use maccy  Dee s ,or nearest tesco....ie 13 mile,s away.

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Re: investigation meeting
« Reply #28 on: 09-01-20, 11:08PM »
It seems in our store they are coming down really hard on drivers, there again every briefing we have is so negative against us lot.  And they wonder why new drivers last about 6 weeks, it's all one way at the moment.

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Re: investigation meeting
« Reply #29 on: 10-01-20, 08:29AM »
I'm taking it neither off these drivers are Union members and had no representation at these meetings?

There is nothing wrong with drivers asking for either a group meeting or let's talk with the manager. Get it in writing what the issues are with toilet breaks, and if they are insisting drivers either use designated public toilet sites, or return to store. If this is the case...its in writing...and over the next few weeks the drivers may start feeling queasy, may be a mild bug going round...may be a driver has a urine infection...and wouldn't you know it, they're  furthest away from store and designated sites, so they have to drive all the way back to store to go to the loo, without even a first delivery being done....drive....repeat.

On a note of caution...it is never wise to go home during a shift...too many implications should items be missing from an order etc...
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Re: investigation meeting
« Reply #30 on: 11-01-20, 12:23AM »
We have a a DotCom lead manager who has in the last three years appointed five team support without advertising that the positions were available. She has just chosen those who will kiss her saggy backside like flies who flock around s**t! There are some very experienced drivers who would do a very good job and have the respect of their peers but that does not seem to be the Tesco way at the moment.

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Re: investigation meeting
« Reply #31 on: 11-01-20, 12:29AM »
Just an update, they decided that there was a case to answer.
After six weeks and five days from the investigation they wanted to do the disciplinary but due to Christmas have had to put it back and the driver is now waiting for the new date of the disciplinary meeting.
ACAS are also waiting for the result of the disciplinary meeting before taking action against Tesco!

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Re: investigation meeting
« Reply #32 on: 11-01-20, 07:33AM »
We have a a DotCom lead manager who has in the last three years appointed five team support without advertising that the positions were available. She has just chosen those who will kiss her saggy backside like flies who flock around s**t! There are some very experienced drivers who would do a very good job and have the respect of their peers but that does not seem to be the Tesco way at the moment.

Grievance under T&C's. The position should be advertised instore, if it is an internal vacancy.
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