It’s been over a year since we closed, I miss my girls we were like a family, we went through births, deaths, weddings, everything together just the four of us, it’s hard to find that type of work environment again
How many PaylessShoes stores are left in 2020?
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Do we even get severance?
I've been checking around, and while companies that have filed for bankruptcy sometimes do pay out severance to its employees (unlike the case is with liquidation,) it is by no means a guarantee. Which now has me worried that we might be denied... — read more
This is all on incompetent management
How many people will lose their jobs due to incompetent management? Bad mistake after bad mistake was made that slashed our profits and sales and the only way they knew how to "fix" it was to reduce number of people in stores and put unrealistic... — read more
How things have changed...
This used to be an amazing company once upon a time. We did well for as long as we focused on core product and employees. Once those things changed - especially once employees stop being treated like an asset and instead like a disposable cost -... — read more
It’s hypocritical to blame the competition
In every article that I read on the liquidation it’s mentioned that one of the main factors that contributed to the company’s demise is the emerging of a strong competition on the market and that the big players like Walmart and Amazon entered the... — read more
We had the opportunity to see that we were heading in this direction.
Let’s be honest, everyone of us hoped that liquidation and store closures wouldn’t happen and that the company would be, at least partially saved by some miraculous turn of events. But the truth was there to bee seen for a long time. I’m not just... — read more
Payless Shoes Severance Payment
What will the severance payment be for the folks that will lose jobs due to Payless Shoes closing stores?
It's official: all 2100+ remaining US locations to be liquidated. Will actually be the largest liquidation event by number of store closures in American history. https://apnews.com/8d91b79765b746978ae3d9837add1640
Payless is filing for bankruptcy - most North Americans stores to be closed
Buckle up, here it comes again.The bankruptcy is just a corner away. I seriously doubt it would be any survivors this time. Bloomberg is rarely wrong, and this time they predict majority if not all Payless stores in North America to be shut down... — read more
Payless, especially its officers, head a talentless group on a fast-sinking ship. There is zero innovation, and it’s sad to know that so many highly compensated people can’t parlay themselves into another opportunity somewhere else ... LinkedIn... — read more
More Payless HQ layoffs in 2018
Payless is determined to thin out the Topeka workforce to the extreme. More layoffs have been announced, this time it's around 50 employees. Well will it stop, I wonder?... — read more
Given the cuts that are going right now and projections that 40% of staff can be eliminated - what are your thoughts about 2018 - how will things pan out for Payless (both corporate and stores)
September layoffs at Payless?
More layoffs in September - I am hearing that Saw this in another thread, but I have not heard any whispering about another wave of layoffs. I thought that after the last wave of closures and layoffs, we would be safe for at least a while. Can... — read more
List of all 400 Payless Shoes Locations Closing (April 2017)
Full List, Sorted by State (also see this: http://ftpcontent4.worldnow.com/wmctv/payless-closings.pdf ): University Mall Tuscaloosa AL Quintard Mall Oxford AL Decatur Mall Decatur AL Shops At West Bessemer AL Merchants Cove Shopping Center Foley AL... — read more
Payless Topeka HQ Layoffs - Store Closures (February 2017)
Payless Topeka Headquarters Layoffs (February 2017) - Total impact is 165 laid off, 110 will be let go in Topeka. That's about 2% of total number of employees, Pivarnik said he was sorry, I think he had to do it - not sure what they will do with fat... — read more