You’ve obviously never had to write a schedule.An employer asking an employee to extend past scheduled hours is like an employee walking in during off time and saying to clock them in when you weren't going to have them work.
If you wanted them, you should have scheduled them.
It is perfectly reasonable to complain about hours not being given upfront, since people do schedule their lives around the work schedules initially presented. Being pressured to add on hours, screw the life schedule, and then punished by future short schedules is all sorts of wrong.
Maybe you should really think about the level of chaos you are pressuring people to accept, and rather than short them hours later, offer an orderly schedule with all hours assigned up front.
No, but it's a pretty simple concept. You tell them the times that you need them. Anything outside of that is their time. You shouldn't be adding on after the fact and then punishing them with future low hours when they didn't sacrifice Self at the altar of Work. Their time, you gave it to them, don't punish them when you try to take it away and they refuse to be submissive.You’ve obviously never had to write a schedule.
Lol it’s not about being dominant masters. It’s retail. Supply and demand literally controls payroll. Don’t like it? Bye.No, but it's a pretty simple concept. You tell them the times that you need them. Anything outside of that is their time. You shouldn't be adding on after the fact and then punishing them with future low hours when they didn't sacrifice Self at the altar of Work. Their time, you gave it to them, don't punish them when you try to take it away and they refuse to be submissive.
And honestly, it's said all the time here, and I've heard it elsewhere. Schedulers have a certain number of hours. They can't go above, and if they go below they lose future hours. Math isn't fuzzy, if every single hour is assigned then there are zero remaining. You have to be taking away elsewhere midweek to suddenly have extra that you want to pressure people into accepting.
Businesses aren't dominant masters over their workers. Businesses don't own their workers 24/7, except for certain salary conditions that I'm sure the average TM is not paid under. You say when you want them and when you don't want them, you shouldn't be surprised if they hold you to when you didn't want them in the first place and you shouldn't think you own their entire life and should punish them when they don't happily hand over more of their life to you.
our food director will not let us tpc dry consumables, only perishables. corporate won't admit it but they know they fucked up with their purchasing after the initial panic buying and dumping all their inventory into the stores.I would put that out in the main aisles flex on a white Gifting fixture and price cut to 99 cents
No matter the original price
Mark it down to sell it out the door.
Not us but I get as much payroll as I can use now so it wouldn't bother me too much.Anyone in Freezerland dealing with this MTFZ nonsense in the recent revision? Pfresh store not STarget. We've been re-sent the same rev 4 times now in the last 4 weeks with changes in each of them. It started with the rev calling for 7 doors when our current adjacency is only 6.
Mysupport came through and resent a revised revision after we reported this but all the GG reverted back to MP on the label strips. We set it thinking nothing of it.
The following week we are sent ANOTHER rev for MTFZ this time with new product incorporated in it from the 7 door rev. Still no GG, but now it's AF. We set that.
They then send a 4th one without the new product from the 7 door rev (They had uncondensed items that had 2 facings to 1 and then back to 2). This time it was finally GG product. No word from them or even an apology, but in total Ive wasted nearly 8 hours on this 1.5 hour pog. They should seriously refund payroll for this. Anyone else get this nonsense?