Tesco
Happiness score is 51 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
    1919
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £7B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Property Management
  • Headquarters
    Welwyn Garden City, UK
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Salaries

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Rating overview

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4.1620193.9120204.0020213.3620223.392023

Reviews

Customer Assistant in Bristol
on 31 January 2023
Enjoyable experience
Tesco express small shop quite relaxing experience.Only 1 self scan and barely anyone used itCustomers very friendly, colleagues welcoming. Manager insisted on taking lots of overtime.
Team Leader in Devon
on 1 February 2023
Great place to work
Great for n place of work with friends and lots support and help from management Definitely recommended if you want a fast paced job with lovely customers too
Shelf Stacker in Chelsea, Greater London
on 31 January 2023
Good
Good location to work and great staff some customers are moody and rude but overall good place to work all in all, great place to work if you want to climb up ladder
Customer assistant in Cornwall
on 31 January 2023
Busy
Good wage. Training not very good but you learn on the job. Good fun if you like to help customers . Managers vary in kindness. But all the other staff were helpful
retail manager in Toton, Derbyshire
on 30 January 2023
Company run by vultures
I've worked for Tesco for 15 years and the company has got worse every year. In its current form Tesco is just a mess. Not enough hours to do the jobs they ask to be completed, not enough equipment, poor pay rises and no decent hourly contracts for people. If your a manager like me you will be threatened with redundancies every year and they will keep increasing your work load and give you no payrise. I now do the jobs of what used to be 6 managers who all had 36 hrs each to complete them jobs and have more staff at their disposal. I would avoid Tesco at all costs you will be nothing more than a number to them and they will cast you aside if it means it will protect the top bosses bonus which is in the millions every year.

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Why do you want to work for us? Name one time when you was in a difficult situation with a customer and how did you handle the situation? Do you have any customer service experience? Are you comfortable working in a fast paced environment?

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