Checkouts have Checkouts team support who boss checkout staff around but aren't managers then you have section manager, and another manager overseeing that manager. A further layer of management is added for good measure and then its the store manager.
Tesco have all cultural revolution
Very good organisation all stores are connected to the head office
Organisation structure is the rules and policy that are made to outline different job roles
Very good organisation, all stores are connected including head office.
Answered - Senior Sales Advisor (Current Employee) - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
It has a very mixed bunch of people from all sorts of backgrounds. I was pleased to learn that not a lot of experience was needed to do the job I was employed to do, which was great.
Answered - Counter Assistant (Former Employee) - Galashiels, Scottish Borders
Answered - Deli Assistant (Former Employee) - Carmarthen
It all depends on your store (how busy it is) how friendly it is) are the management fair clear and concise and abide by the Tesco policy or biased, bipolar, favouring staff for other staff, creating different rules for different staff.
It's alright, friendly atmosphere
Answered - Personal Shopper (Former Employee) - Shoreham by Sea, East Sussex
Tesco have their own way of doing things, however once part of this way of thinking organisation is simple. Lots of meetings to discuss current projects as well as hard work to make sure everything is done ahead of schedule
Answered - Sustainability Assistant (Former Employee) - Cheshunt, Hertfordshire