It’s only possible to serve our shoppers a little better every day through our colleagues’ hard work and skill.
We employ over 450,000 people around the world and we recognise that we have a clear responsibility to support them. Our target is to help our colleagues succeed by providing them with the flexibility, skills and reward to ‘get on’ within Tesco and fulfil their ambitions outside of work.
As part of our commitment to flexible working, we’re trialling a new app in the UK that allows colleagues to see their shifts, manage overtime, request holiday and see how much they will be paid. We’re investing in training for our colleagues so they can develop their skills, and have access to a greater number of roles. For example, we have a dedicated programme designed to ensure that all our colleagues, no matter what their role, have the digital competence and confidence to thrive in the workplace. We have also introduced a new Apprenticeship scheme which offers UK colleagues across our stores, distribution centres and the office 2,500 new apprenticeship places in areas such as HGV driving, project management and technology.
Inclusivity and creating a culture where everyone feels welcome are integral to our business. We have monitored gender pay since 2002 and earlier this year published an analysis in-line with the UK Government’s new reporting requirements covering the period from April 2015 to April 2016. We will continue to report against gender diversity and pay, and continue to ensure everyone has the opportunity to get on.
Creating an agile workforce by investing in technology which enables the business to have the right people, in the right place at the right time.
Gender Pay Gap
At Tesco we want to ensure everyone is rewarded fairly for their work and enjoys the same access to all opportunities.
Everyone is welcome at Tesco. We aim to attract and develop talent which reflects our local communities.
Our Targets & Actions
Our People targets and actions