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polar

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #950 on: 25-03-20, 03:57PM »
Union dropped a email. Can't copy it as its disappeared but all on track. You can differ it back till 22 August, and join the temporary ranks. Obviously job would depend.

Longtimeserved

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #951 on: 25-03-20, 03:58PM »
I was looking to copy the email , like you say its disappeared.

Baker4life

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #952 on: 25-03-20, 05:18PM »
So if union have dropped an email I take it Tesco will tell all affected staff from tomorrow!!!

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #953 on: 25-03-20, 05:35PM »
We've been told official today that they are still going ahead with the changes it has not been put back or on hold
Redundancy will still be on the  2 of may but you will have a choice to stay until August 22 I think, but on another department,if needed you would be asked to work in the bakery

cheesy cob

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #954 on: 25-03-20, 05:42PM »
Can u take voluntary redundancy

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #955 on: 25-03-20, 05:46PM »
No you can't.

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #956 on: 25-03-20, 05:47PM »
No voluntary redundancy as it may upset people who don't get it.

Jethro

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #957 on: 25-03-20, 05:54PM »
So still get redundancy pay end of May, but then get the option sign temp contract til end of August?

polar

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #958 on: 25-03-20, 05:57PM »
No, wouldn't thought so. More like, finish May, go temp. The end of August receive redundancy. But could be wrong of course, strange times we are in.

Jethro

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #959 on: 25-03-20, 05:59PM »
Strange times indeed !!

Notmyname

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #960 on: 25-03-20, 06:01PM »
Yeah if you stay until August that's when you get your redundancy

Baker4life

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #961 on: 25-03-20, 07:08PM »
Suppose depends if you already have a job lined up or not. But I would be tempted to just take the wedge in May

BakerBum

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #962 on: 25-03-20, 08:04PM »
 sod that .. email disappeared lol poof ??? has anyone got any actual proof this is postponed or not?
« Last Edit: 25-03-20, 08:29PM by Nomad »

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #963 on: 25-03-20, 09:39PM »
Baker in store was took in today. Its different for packers none was took in

Oldman

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #964 on: 26-03-20, 12:57AM »
Has anyone had 121 meetings yet not ones that are going 100% partbake but those that are just reducing range ? Any info would be great

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #965 on: 26-03-20, 04:42AM »
No meetings at my shop no information  at all why don't they bring it forward at least for the people in 12 week isolation  i.e. me.
Its unfair to put people in a worrying situation (redundancy) with  what's  going on in the world, at present if people want to be made redundant and enjoy their life while they can then the right thing should be done.  The lack of information is out of order be safe.
« Last Edit: 26-03-20, 10:43AM by Nomad »

cheesy cob

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #966 on: 26-03-20, 09:21AM »
Got a meeting today just been told .2 full time and a parttime jobs one 5am one 8am and a 6pm finish

Baker4life

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #967 on: 26-03-20, 09:26AM »
Cheesy cob what size store you at and are you going part bake or full bake off. So far heard jack s***.
« Last Edit: 26-03-20, 10:44AM by Nomad »

cheesy cob

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #968 on: 26-03-20, 10:58AM »
Superstore going part bake, just doing white

BakerBum

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« Reply #969 on: 26-03-20, 12:04PM »
 :( Today i have been given the job list for the new roles and i feel sick... they want so much from such little staff.. i need advice, if i've been baking all these years and now they want over half my job to packing. Is that a like for like job or can i turn it down and take redundo
« Last Edit: 26-03-20, 12:06PM by BakerBum »

Paulie

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #970 on: 26-03-20, 12:24PM »
Don't worry or panic over your role, just do what you can. Whatever is left just pass onto your manager to pick the pieces.

With the new information coming through can bakers state what type of bakery you are with your job roles just to help others have a clearer picture with different types of bakery set ups.

lucgeo

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #971 on: 26-03-20, 12:35PM »
:( Today i have been given the job list for the new roles and i feel sick... they want so much from such little staff.. i need advice, if i've been baking all these years and now they want over half my job to packing. Is that a like for like job or can i turn it down and take redundo

It all hangs on whether they're saying you've been job matched?
« Last Edit: 26-03-20, 12:39PM by lucgeo »
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BakerBum

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #972 on: 26-03-20, 12:53PM »
scratch store going white only, and yeah im being matched to the hours avail .. its just about 50% of what i would be doing is just packing stuff where as now i barely pack anything

Don't worry or panic over your role, just do what you can. Whatever is left just pass onto your manager to pick the pieces.

wouldn't that mean im not suited to the job then though and they would have the grounds to manage me and say you should be getting this done because this guideline says that it should only take this long ?
« Last Edit: 26-03-20, 12:56PM by BakerBum »

lucgeo

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #973 on: 26-03-20, 01:52PM »
If you've been job matched, then redundancy is not an option.
The time allocating for each task, is never right, and if you are struggling to acheive it, there are a number of options.
You may find that the feedback from most stores is that the tasking is unachievable. Is the new role specifically giving timescales for each task. e.g. Baking 8-12, packing 1-5? If that is the case, you would adhere to that rota...therefore if a baker was on holiday, they should not ask you to cover that shift instead of the packing shift, as, I am of the belief, that would be against the redundancy guidelines, as they have declared that you are not required for that shift so they would need to cover it with overtime. It could be reviewed after six months.
There is also the capability study request.
Also a conduct V's capability meetings.
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Jethro

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Re: Job losses.
« Reply #974 on: 26-03-20, 02:05PM »
Has anyone else heard about those who have received their redundancy calculation being given the option to stay a few months then ? all quiet in our store.

 

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