Duty Manager (Former Employee), London, OH – July 24, 2014
Pros: lunch times are paid from pocket. surprises on birthdays.
Start of Day
Till Checks Price Changes Scan Out of stock products Take in deliveries Assign state to take of the day Replenishment Till pick-ups Safe/vault checks Regular till checks Training (update staff folders) Update company log Shift change Take customer complains if/when any arises Investigate complains / miss products Update Store manager
QHSE (Former Employee), Lafayette, La – July 6, 2014
Pros: clean facility
Cons: poor corporate structure. weak management
Worked for this company and would not recommend them to anyone. Represented them for multiple audits with major operators without proper support from corporate office. Forced to represent policies and procedures that weren't being utilized. Was let go after completing audit with a canned "due to market decline there will be a reduction in workflow affective – more... today" explanation read from an iPhone.
Supply Chain (Current Employee), Houston, TX – March 19, 2014
Pros: promotes from within
Cons: lack of support from management
TESCO has a lot of great people who really want the company to succeed, but there is an internal culture war between those who embrace change as the company grows, and those who resist it. Management's attitude can be hit or miss depending on the department or location, but overall employees at TESCO are expected to get the job done with no direction – more... or support. – less
Payroll Manager (Former Employee), Houston, TX – February 13, 2014
• Manage the processing of payroll for 700+ US employees’ and 500 Canadian employees’ biweekly using ADP Payforce and e-Time. Proficient in multi-state, multi-location payrolls. • Manage and coordinate the activities of 2 payroll processors and multiple field administrators for both the US and Canada. • Quarterly 941 payroll tax balancing and reconciliation, – more... as well as State income tax and state unemployment and annual 940 returns. Reconcile and process annual W-2 filings and W-2 corrections. • Prepare and provide executive wage compensation to legal team for annual Proxy. • Manage, process and record all common and restricted stock grants. • Responsible for managing, reconciling and remitting 401K funds. Manage and process the annual 401K audit and form 5500 filing. Provide reporting to 401K TPA for annual discrimination and limit testing. • Provide required documentation and process control information for internal and external audit groups. – less
Customer Assistant (Former Employee), Dairy – January 24, 2014
At Tesco I had been there or two years while being here I was able to develop my team working skills, and this helped me a lot because with being able to work effectively as part of a team I was able to do my job as a customer assistant much better.
From being at Tesco I learnt how to manage my time much better because there was a lot of jobs that – more... needed to be done and I had to make sure that my time management was good to get all the jobs done I needed to do. – less
Field Service Representative (Technician) (Current Employee), Fort Hood, TX – October 28, 2013
Pros: helping the government and soldiers improve on weapons and tactics training
Typical work day: Starting our early-early mornings. After the morning greeting to "Everyone" (Close Company). Conduct numerous tests in a field or lab environment to collect data for the government for improvements to weapon systems.
Learned: Testing Procedures
Management: All my Supervisors were great to work for and to be around after work. They – more... shared their working knowledge.
Hardest part of the job: Leaving at the end of the day.
Enjoyable part of the job: Personnel & equipment working with. – less
Dot Com Manager (Former Employee), Essex, UK – October 22, 2013
Good job security with company benefits such as staff discount card and company shares.
Job advancement is sought after but managerial positions are time consuming and you tend to work past expected paid hours. This is not compensated for and seems to be the expected norm from senior staff/store manager.