If you work in the office I feel it's improved, less work on a monday, some functions renamed and in different places but easy to get the hang of.So is anyone able to summarise the differences between the current system and 1POS? We get it in a month or two and no one seems to know what it is
All team members must adhere to the fresh food department clothing policy which is
(Select all that apply)
Jumpers to be worn under uniforms
Hairnets or hats needs to be worn so all hair is covered
Clothing must be clean and maintained in good order
Plastic sleeves to be worn where there is the potential for jumpers to touch food
Hair to be clean and tidy with hair tied up if long
Aprons and hats should be removed only when you leave the store premises
=to tick boxes
i need help asap and i've at least tried 50 combinations
If management don't care, even if you give them the times to check the footage, then there's not much you can really do.Can someone help me with the procedure for when a customer steals at the self serve? We have our regulars that try but management don’t care and find it too time consuming to get camera footage despite my repeated requests.
Can’t really call the police without the footage without the customer fessing up to it, can we? Can’t the customer just claim it was accidental too?
how exactly in regards to toxic? Yeah same with mine.Anyone know much about transfers? I've been in the Front End of my store for almost 2.5 years but I feel like the environment is growing toxic. Not sure I want to leave Woolies yet but maybe starting over elsewhere is the answer?
Could have written this about my store. I get stuck on registers all day... I know it's my job, but it's not fair when the distribution of work isn't the same. Our supervisors are all super close friends and I'm positive that's why one was promoted... meanwhile those of us who aren't in the clique are left to do the heavy lifting while they chat, doing impulse, drinks and anything they can to ignore actual customers. With all of that and the gossip, it feels like high school all over again. I'm too old for this.how exactly in regards to toxic? Yeah same with mine.
There’s so much bitching behind people’s back, it’s honestly sad and a lot of the regular team members that have been here for 2 years, are here like 3 to 4 days every week are salty because they just hired some new kids, yes kids (18-19) who are going straight into supervisor training and they feel like it’s Just about ignoring them.
Also, the amount of favouritism...some team members are immune to serving on full service and will spend basically all their time either in self serve, doing returns, confectionary, drinks, just anything to avoid the registers. Often young females, typically not physically well built. Then you’ve got team members like me, I’ve done 4 5hour shifts this week all of it in full service. Actually I started one shift in self serve, before a different supervisor kicked me out to open another register...and then suddenly that same girl goes back in self serve again
Like please, guys, this is exactly the kind of thing that will push me to leave. I know I’m a guy, and I have muscle, but if that’s all you see me as, and others get a bludge and get paid the exact same, this is not fair.
Don't be ridiculous, you should know that most customers don't realise or look for a basket/trolley that can be utilised to easily transfer items from the shelf location to the registers for purchase. Oh wait they do. Now I know where I have gone wrong all these years *says sarcastically*.Our store has recently started having a team member at the front of the store next to the baskets handing them out to customers as they walk in the door. It's the biggest load of crap I've ever heard of, the other day we were massively busy and we were already understaffed, the queues on the main registers were huge so I told the girl on the door to go out on a big register. Next minute the store manager is down on the floor asking where the door person is, and told me that at all times there is supposed to be someone there.
I guess that's more important than wait times for customers *shrugs shoulders*