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Re: Sainsbury's
« Reply #25 on: 08-08-18, 07:54PM »
Retail = Dead sector

Disagree. It seems to me that its only the non-jobs, and layers of unnecessary management that are constantly at risk ie, Compliance, HR, Customer Service Managers to name but a few. Back in the day, it didn't really matter because these giant retailers could afford to carry some dead wood. But WOW how times have changed! Most staff won't have to worry though because they'll always need the humble GA/CA  albeit on worsening contracts to do the donkey work. Yes, its not looking very promising for those who want a long term career in retail, but I've no doubt there be no shortage of dumb f***s waiting to go on Options, and it wont affect Tesco in the slightest.
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Re: Sainsbury's
« Reply #26 on: 06-01-19, 04:11PM »
Reality (or pie in the sky)
Is it not time this was stopped ?

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Re: Sainsbury's
« Reply #28 on: 21-01-20, 08:52PM »

Give it another week and we may know what's in store for us this year!


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« Reply #29 on: 22-01-20, 12:53PM »

Sainsbury’s CEO going in a few months.
Tesco - the moden day word for workhouse