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Have questions about working at Tesco? Read answers to frequently asked questions to help you make a choice before applying to a job or accepting a job offer.

Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Tesco.

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71 English questions out of 71

17 April 2021

Does Tesco offer massages?

Pros

Good benefits such as the colleague club card or free fruit for colleagues

Cons

Little break time, just 20 min every four hours

Good benefits such as the colleague club card or free fruit for colleagues

17 April 2021

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6 August 2020

Does Tesco offer dental insurance?

Pros

overtime, unlimited vacation and bonus

Cons

less medical, dental and vision benefits

less medical, dental and vision benefits

6 August 2020

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27 August 2020

Does Tesco have a pension plan?

Pros

Supportive of your career goals Great initial training and opportunities to further develop Good benefits and pension scheme, opportunity to invest in the company shares

Cons

Some of the workplaces were old and in need or refurbishment Frequent recruitment freeze placed added pressure on employees On-site car parking was a problem

Good benefits and pension scheme, opportunity to invest in the company shares

27 August 2020

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6 March 2021

Does Tesco offer a wellness program?

Pros

generous benefits and motivated team

Cons

high demand and not enough hours

generous benefits and motivated team

6 March 2021

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30 September 2020

Does Tesco offer life insurance?

Pros

Work-life balance, Good insurance policies, Transportation facilities,

Cons

No career growth, Lots of politics, No onsite opportunities.

Advice to Management

Help, support, a way for a career growth

life balance, Good insurance policies, Transportation facilities,

30 September 2020

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1303 days ago

Increasing customer interest in fortified foods has prompted our business to uniquely start boosting fibre content in some of its most popular snacks. In a move to help customers increase their dietary fibre we have started to boost fibre to own label foods starting with pies, pasties, sausage rolls and chilled breads. It follows Government guidelines which recommended that the average daily intake of fibre needed to nearly double in order for Brits to lead a healthier lifestyle. Angela Hughes our Food Developer who has overseen the move, lost her beloved grandfather to bowel cancer and her father also has the disease. When Angela’s doctor said there was a strong chance of her also contracting the hereditary disease she asked colleagues if she could use her expertise to try and help others avoid the same fate. Read the full story here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQbNR
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1308 days ago

At Tesco we are really proud to be working on Diversity and Inclusion in Grocery. In an industry first we have come together with Accenture, CCEP, Mondelez and P&G to join forces on Diversity & Inclusion, supported by Grocery Aid. If this event sounds of interest to you, click here to find out more information: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQZGk
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