People of Tesco.
Get to know your future colleagues and find out more about them and their story.
People of Store.
I work as a Shift leader in a small format of our stores. The most important part of my job is managing the store and
I was searching for a job 16 years ago, but because I’m a foreigner, no one wanted to employ me. But Tesco did. And I’m
I joined Tesco after maternity. I live only 5 minutes from work and because of family I work mainly in the morning shifts. I’m working
I enjoy my job a lot. There is no day as the previous one and we’re never bored here. I often recommend Tesco to my
I’ve been with Tesco for 12 years, my career path was an exemplary one. I started as a shop assistant, then buyer, then I was
I joined Tesco from a simple reason – I was searching for a job and Tesco is a good and solid employer in my eyes.
After I finished school, my schoolmate was an agreement worker at Tesco and he brought me here with him – I worked as a greengrocer
I joined Tesco in 2007 in a graduate programme, where I spent one year in a training. After that I become a manager in different
People of Distribution.
My job is centred around pallets, crates, boxes, beer bottles and all the movements connected to these – I work as a Team manager of
I’ve gone through 9 roles during my 14-year-long career at Tesco until I took my current role which is Manager of the planning team in
People of Office.
I ended up working in a completely different field than what I studied for, so I had to learn many new things. The greatest value of Tesco for me is the support I received from my colleagues and managers throughout it all.
Jiřina Veselá Jirku
I always wanted to work for a company like Tesco. It may sound trite, but it’s true. I studied international trade at university, and I hadn’t even seen a workplace up close when this multilingual, multicultural world offering thousands of different possibilities took hold of me.
When I was job hunting, I interviewed with multiple companies and received offers from six different places. However, the positive first impression that I received during my initial meeting with Tesco played a crucial role in my decision to join this organization. I was impressed by how welcoming and friendly everyone was, and it felt like I would be a great fit for this community.
The best workplaces are those where structure and regularity go hand in hand with sufficient flexibility, like at Tesco. I joined the team here right after graduating from university.
Upon graduating from the University of Bratislava, I wasn’t entirely certain what I wanted to do. I was looking for a job that would allow me to explore different paths until I found the one that was the best fit for me. Acquaintances had suggested that Tesco might be just the company to provide such an opportunity.
When I was a child, I didn’t dream of being a princess or a singer; I wanted to be a cashier at Tesco. And I made that dream a reality. I will never forget the day I became a Tesco employee as a student worker at 18 years old, and received my first Tesco T-shirt. Although I started with only basic tasks, even then I felt like a true member of the Tesco family. Later, while still in university, I applied for a customer service position and was hired. Since then, Tesco has been an important part of my life.
Spending nearly a decade and a half at one company, and in one field, is not so common these days. Yet, that’s my story – I began as a leasing intern and now I am the Head of Leasing.
I’ve been a regular Tesco customer, I like exotic foods. It may sound surprising, but that’s what ultimately led me to pursue a career here. I became a supply chain coordinator, which proved to be a great springboard for my career. I quickly fell in love with Tesco, the positive atmosphere and the helpful colleagues. After three years, however, I realized that I wanted to explore a new direction in my career, but I couldn’t imagine doing it anywhere other than here.
I started off as a student worker at Tesco and even though I studied tourism and hospitality, I became completely fascinated by the world of HR, so I decided to stay there. What intrigued me the most was the nature of the tasks involved: I like dealing with people and find it fulfilling to offer guidance that helps my colleagues advance in their careers.
At the beginning of your career, you are usually insecure, especially if you are in a foreign country. However, my colleagues’ support and trust really helped me overcome many challenges during that time.
As a mother of two young girls, I have often experienced Tesco’s family-friendly and people-oriented approach. When my children were born, my priorities in life shifted, and the company was there to support me every step of the way.
I started my career at Tesco in 2014 as an intern during my university studies. I’ve gone through the different roles and departments and currently
I’ve been a part of Tesco IT team for more than 14 years and I consider my colleagues as my second family. I have great
I started my career at Tesco in our stores, by managing our colleagues in different departments. This was an invaluable experience which helped me to
In 2020 I’ll be celebrating 10years of working for Tesco. During this time, I’ve had a chance to work in a wide variety of positions
I started at Tesco 14 years ago as an assistant during my university study and after graduation I moved to People department, where I’ve been
I started to work at Tesco in 2014, in the Graduate programme. The graduate programme gave me an opportunity to see all the areas where
My whole career at Tesco has been connected to buying and products. I started as a buyer of kids’ clothes and since that time I’ve
Next year I’ll be celebrating 20 years at Tesco. During this period of my life I’ve gone through the wide range of different roles, always
After graduation at university, I started in our accounting team in Brno as a Financial analyst. After 2 years I got an offer in our