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Author Topic: A week with Lightfoot...  (Read 2387 times)

Cityromeo

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A week with Lightfoot...
« on: 26-06-20, 06:22PM »
So, how's everyone finding it  :D

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Re: A week with Lightfoot...
« Reply #1 on: 26-06-20, 11:08PM »
Slow going!   ???
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96% of Usdaw members vote not to work Sundays.
« Reply #2 on: 27-06-20, 09:10AM »
Just wondered what people's thoughts were, do tesco have to take notice of this?

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Re: A week with Lightfoot...
« Reply #3 on: 27-06-20, 09:51AM »
Sorry to come through on a chat about light foot, not sure how to start my own post if anyone can help me.

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Re: A week with Lightfoot...
« Reply #4 on: 28-06-20, 11:18AM »
Has anyone got any information regarding the move from HRAM to work & pay and what that looks like for wage clerks please ?

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« Last Edit: 28-06-20, 02:03PM by Nomad »

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Re: A week with Lightfoot...
« Reply #5 on: 28-06-20, 12:40PM »
Sunlover, thetopic of this thread is lightfoot

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Re: A week with Lightfoot...
« Reply #6 on: 28-06-20, 09:07PM »
Here's a thought. The fella who fitted ours was saying that the van doesn't differentiate between drivers. Instead it is the van that is scored over the course of the day.

Does this mean you could drive like an old lady all day to avoid nudges but the evening driver could be Stirling Moss's grandson tearing up the roads meaning it looks like both drivers were driving 'poorly'?

My opinion of it is that it's just another distraction and gimmicky with prizes available. I just want to work, earn money and go home.

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Re: A week with Lightfoot...
« Reply #7 on: 28-06-20, 09:33PM »
I don't think so.  The Lightfoot web site sign on asks for your Tesco store and your clocking card number so presumably it knows how to allocate drivers to runs.  That said, I am still waiting for my activation code from them a week after asking so cannot yet check my own scores.

That said, my last two shifts have been in a van where the display unit is not working other than Mona telling you what a good or bad boy you have been every time you turn the engine off.  So it is already failing to give the instant feedback it promises.
« Last Edit: 28-06-20, 09:35PM by gomezz »
"The progress of the kart is more important than its direction"

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Re: A week with Lightfoot...
« Reply #8 on: 09-07-20, 04:48PM »
Frankly after using it for a few days i just stuck a label over the display as i tbink it's dangerous. I found i kept glancing at it to see how i was doing. I generally got the 90% message so don't see the need to see it.

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Re: A week with Lightfoot...
« Reply #9 on: 09-07-20, 08:16PM »
As distracting as looking at a mobile phone message ???

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