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Tesco restructure of in-store bakery operations puts 1816 roles at risk - Usdaw to go into consultation talks

Date: 25 February 2020 Shopworkers’ trade union Usdaw will be entering into collective consultation with Tesco after the company announces a restructure of in-store bakery operations that will result in 1816 roles being put at risk of redundancy
Pauline Foulkes - National Officer says: “This is devastating and upsetting news for our members who work in the bakery operations. Usdaw will be entering into collective consultation with Tesco to consider the business case for these planned changes over the coming weeks.
 
“Many of those affected by the proposed changes are skilled workers. While we will do everything possible to maintain jobs or support impacted staff to redeploy into alternative roles, the reality is the opportunities to find suitable alternative skilled roles may be limited for these workers.
 
“Usdaw representatives will be available to support and advise affected members during this difficult time and throughout the consultation period.”
 
Notes for editors:
 
Usdaw (Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers) is the UK's fifth biggest trade union with over 400,000 members. Membership has increased by more than one-third over the last couple of decades. Most Usdaw members work in the retail sector, but the union also has many members in transport, distribution, food manufacturing, chemicals and other trades.
  
For Usdaw press releases visit: http://www.usdaw.org.uk/news and you can follow us on Twitter @UsdawUnion

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