Great for job security and paying the bills.
Pros: job security, friendly co-workers and suitable to pay bills.
Cons: lack of additional or full time hours, large turnaround of staff, lack of staff on certain departments is a general worry also
Tesco is a good place to gain retail experience if you want to become a manager.
A typical day involves, working on bread and cakes, replenishing stock, recording waste and transfers out to suppliers and other important stock control duties. Often i will be moved to other departments to help, which i don't mind as we all work as one team. I learn various – more... things, how to provide great customer service and how to deliver it on a daily basis with a smile.
Management is mostly good, I am often treated with respect and so treat them with respect in return. I enjoy working with my co-workers as it is important to have a good social work life and they enjoy my company. The hardest part of my job is nothing really, i've worked at tesco for 7 years and fully understand my responsibilities and can carry out my work as an individual or as a member of a team.
The most enjoyable part of my job is interacting with customers and making sure they can find what they need and putting a smile on their faces. – less