Supermarket Chain Tesco creates 90 plus jobs

Tesco, the supermarket chain, has created more than ninety jobs at its outlet in east Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Tesco has received around 1,500 applications for the aforesaid jobs.

Tesco in Knocknagoney, which has been expanded from 52,000 to 78,000 sq ft, had absorbed supermarket chain's extra staff.

Gary Mills, director of Tesco Northern Ireland also informed that during the past six-month period Tesco's three Extra stores in Northern Ireland at Carrickfergus, Newtownbreda and now Knocknagoney had taken on 275 people. 

Darling supports Tesco’s move to create 800 jobs

The supermarket chain Tesco said it will generate around 800 jobs in Glasgow by opening a new customer service centre for its Tesco Personal Finance division.

British govt. has been encouraging banks to boost lending in order to revive the economy.

Last summer, Tesco had purchased Royal Bank of Scotland's shares worth £950 million. Now, Tesco has plans to set up bank branches in its thirty stores.

Tesco's recent move has been supported by Chancellor Alistair Darling.

Tesco to offer double points on Clubcards

UK retailer Tesco PLC has plans to make its sales better by re-launching its Clubcard, its loyalty scheme next week and offering card- holders double points on all spending at its store.

Tesco's new as well as existing Clubcard holders will get two points for every £1 they spend at any Tesco store or online, starting from Monday.

The points will finally be converted into vouchers which can be spent at cinemas, restaurants and attractions which have agreements Tesco.