Thread regarding Fry's Electronics layoffs

Huge tech campus eyed in north San Jose at Fry’s Electronics site!

Thats their HQ!! Bye-bye Fry's :(

https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/04/15/huge-tech-campus-eyed-in-north-san-jose-at-frys-electronics-site/

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If you can do your work at home in your PJs, some guy in India can do the same at 1/5th the price.

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Post ID: @Ffwl+14uFjNiY

Fry's layoff Employees from Headquarters.

Fry’s Electronics, another well-known name, furloughed 57 workers. The job
titles involved in the WARN notice from Fry’s listed no retail clerk categories.
The biggest chunk of the job cuts at Fry’s consisted of 15 jobs lost in accounts
payable, accounts receivable, or payroll, a review of the WARN notice showed.

“The furlough end date is currently unknown and will depend on pandemic
developments, government orders in the interim, and Fry’s business needs,”
Randy Fry, president of the consumer electronics retailer, wrote in an April 13
letter to the EDD.

PUBLISHED: April 30, 2020 UPDATED: May 1, 2020

https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/04/30/coronavirus-unemployment-bay-area-layoffs-oakland-athletics-monterey-bay-aquarium-tech-retail-restaurant-jobs-economy/

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Post ID: @ukyq+14uFjNiY

I hear you knocking...but you can't come in !

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Post ID: @jmhs+14uFjNiY

High density populated areas are not a good idea. Santa Clara county now has between 48,000 - 81-000 COVID cases. The largest in the Bay Area. Lets not turn into NY!! Another reason not to have HIGH DENSITY HOUSING!

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Post ID: @3lya+14uFjNiY

We need to spread people out more instead of packing them like Sardines - way more healthier and more sane as well - F that high density BS -

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Post ID: @1zak+14uFjNiY

Actually we need employers to enable more of their work force to work remotely. F high density housing. It only causes more problems and doesnt solve anything.

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Post ID: @1xhe+14uFjNiY

Fry's has been irrelevant for the past 8 years. We need high-density housing and we need it now.

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