Argos to close all stores in Ireland

Argos to close all stores in Ireland

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Argos is to close all of its outlets in the Republic Eire this summer months.

The transfer follows a strategic assessment of the retailer’s enterprise and functions in the place where it has 34 suppliers. Sainsbury’s owned Argos stated the financial investment expected to create and modernise the Irish part of its organization is not feasible.

The Mandate trade union said it was upset at the selection that will contain Argos “shutting down its entire procedure in Ireland”.

According to The Sunlight, workers have been knowledgeable that they will get 4 weeks redundancy pay back with each other with the statutory two months.

Argos said it is providing assistance to the 580 team customers influenced by the choice and is talking to them about their options.

Andy McClelland, Argos Eire operations manager, stated: “We have not taken this decision frivolously and we are undertaking everything we can to assist individuals impacted.”

Argos has unique operating model in Eire to that in the British isles and said there will  be no transform to its business enterprise in Northern Eire, Scotland , England and Wales.

The shops in the Republic of Eire will at the end of June.


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