EMCC European Monitoring Centre on Change

Tesco

16 Jul, 2015
    • United Kingdom
  • Organisation size

    1000+

  • Establishment size

    1000+

  • Type of restructuring
    • Internal restructuring
  • Ownership
    • Private
  • Involved actors

    • Trade union
    • Business partners/supply chain
    • Education/training provider
    • Private consultants
    • Others
    • National government
  • Anticipation of change activities
    • Strategic long-term monitoring of market and technological developments
    • Establishment of networks/partnerships with regular exchange facilities
    • Development and maintenance of capacities and competencies for anticipation of change
    • R&D - innovation
  • Management of change activities
    • Support of networks/partnerships among organisations
    • Diagnosis of the situation and designing change procedures
    • Information and consultation of workers or their representatives
    • Reorientation of previous productive resources (site/equipment/etc) and diversification measures
    • Multistakeholder communication and networking
    • (Re)training of affected employees
Tesco is one of the world’s leading international retailers. Since the company first used the trading name of Tesco, in the mid 1920s, the Tesco group has expanded into different formats, different markets and different sectors. With over 2,500 stores worldwide, Tesco employs more than 450,000 people in its businesses around the world, covering retailing, distribution, logistics, telecommunication and financial services. The principal activity of the group is food retailing.
 
keywords
  • Greening