Maplin staff made redundant as hopes of finding buyer fade

Maplin staff made redundant as hopes of finding buyer fade
 

Maplin’s administrator has made more than 60 head office staff redundant as hopes of finding a buyer for the collapsed electronics chain fade.
The retailer, which has 2,300 employees, entered administration last week after talks with a potential buyer collapsed.
On Thursday, PricewaterhouseCoopers, the administrator, said 63 people were being let go at Maplin’s headquarters in London and Rotherham.
PwC said all affected staff had been informed and would be paid up to and including their last day of employment. Toby Underwood, one of the joint administrators, said PwC was still seeking... read more

 
8 March 2018 in Business, Views: 38
Source: Guardian
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