Have you ever been dismissed because of the credit crisis?
What industry were you working? Do you have exceptional circumstances, such as sole parent or has family to support? When the manager called to let you go, how you take it? Did you get emotional, angry or be diplomatic? Did you shake hands with the person who let you go? Did they give a valid reason why you let go?
I am 17 and was fired from a smaller shop clothes. Our entire store was closed. We all knew it would happen, because if we go into administration as 200 stores and only 100 were bought. Ours was one that was bought, but with the credit crunch and the property income rose and the company were not prepared to pay. We were told on Thursday and Monday. We were disappointed, but saw it coming. As we were bagging all people laughed but emotional for some people. Mainly the manager and supervisors. That was my job right But first.
The Credit Crunch Song
"Retailers fight in January and February next year because people have to pay there credit card?
Consumer British defied the credit crunch to cover the whole country stores before Christmas. Ok, but my sister who works in a department store told me that most of these sales are on credit cards. So when people have to pay the bills next year, retailers feel the pressure?
Yes that is correct. All these projects have to pay. The first 3 months of next year we will see many shops known as victims of this crisis current. They are selling off cheaper ongoing actions to create a turnover, but there is virtually no money available for them to borrow to buy shares next season. no means no stock sales, which means broken …
Credit Crunch Sale