Tesco workers 2018 survey launched

Mandate Trade Union has launched the Tesco Workers Together Survey 2018 today in order to give members in Tesco Ireland a strong, independent and powerful voice at work.

This survey is now an important annual event for all Tesco Ireland workers and allows you through your Union formulate claims which seek to improve your terms and conditions at work.

It is important that all Mandate members in Tesco Ireland take 5 minutes to complete this survey. Have your say on your future at work today by clicking here.

The results of last year’s survey, which was completed by thousands of workers in Tesco Ireland, enabled your union to process the following claim with the company, and subsequently the Labour Court:

  • A 3% wage increase for 2017
  • An additional 500 full time jobs
  • A wage increase weighted in favour of those on the lower hourly rates of pay
  • A review of current weekly hours

We are currently awaiting a recommendation from the Labour Court on these matters.

The Tesco Workers Together campaign was founded in 2016 in order to bring all Tesco Ireland workers in Ireland together for the betterment of all. The primary motives of the campaign are to ensure that no Tesco Ireland worker can have their terms and conditions deteriorated by the company without their agreement, and also to lift the working conditions of all workers in Tesco Ireland.

Tesco Ireland is one of the largest private sector employers in the country, controlling almost €1 in every €4 spent on groceries and with estimated profits in the region of €250 million per year.

Much of the success of Tesco Ireland is down to its workers, and we believe you and your fellow Union members, as valuable contributors to that success, should share in the benefits as much as possible.

NOW MORE THAN EVER IS NOT THE TIME TO REMAIN SILENT, HAVE YOUR SAY, TAKE THE SURVEY TODAY AND ALWAYS REMEMBER, TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER

Please complete the survey by clicking here.

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NOTE: If you have received this communication in error and do not wish to be contacted by Mandate Trade Union again, please email mandate@mandate.ie.

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