Tesco Crisis - BBC Investigation Reveals Customers Being Short Changed Due to Staff CutsConsumerWatch / Tesco Feb 13, 2017 - 08:36 AM GMT
BBC Insight programme to be broadcast tonight at 7.30pm will reveal that Tesco customers are being short changed by promotions that have expired but are still being advertised on the shelves thus when customers for instance 'buy 1 get 1 free', instead end up paying double the expected price in most Tesco stores. As a Tesco shopper I have long since been aware of this issue which is why I always check the date that the offer replies to. Though this tends to be in small print so can be difficult to see with ageing eyesight. Also I have witnessed the SAME phenomena whilst shopping at Morrisons and Asda, though not on the same scale of Tesco. Still it does require the dates of every offer to be checked.
The root cause of this issue is one of STAFF CUTS, far too few staff work in the stores to allow for an efficient delivery of service. hence why put of date offer labels are not being removed form the shelves. Now I am not saying this with the benefit of hindsight AFTER BBC Insight revealed its investigation into Tesco, for my own experience and analysis came to the same conclusion some 2 months ago as illustrated by the following video, the first in a 6 part series that looks at issues regarding customer service due to lack of staffing of which old offer labels are just one manifestation of. At this point in time early in the morning it is not entirely clear whether BBC Insight will connect the dots and arrive at the same conclusion that the reasons for old offer tables is that there are now far too few staff working in Tesco stores to allow for an efficient delivery of service.
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