People of Tesco.
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People of Office.
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.
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.
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.
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.
I started off as a student worker at Tesco, and even though I studied tourism and hospitality, I found myself completely fascinated by the atmosphere here, so I decided to stay. What intrigued me the most was the nature of the tasks involved: I like dealing with people, helping them in their work, and I am inspired by the successes we achieve together.