Thread regarding Hy-Vee layoffs

Ways some stores can survive

I think there must be some way for the stores that are still operating to survive and not experience a closure. A true leader would fight for it. Perhaps someone has an idea how stores in poor condition could survive in the future?

by
| 1704 views | | 3 replies (last )
Post ID: @OP+1h2itBl7

3 replies (most recent on top)

They can survive by the company getting bought out by another brand that has good leadership.

by
|
Post ID: @nvck+1h2itBl7

All I can say is hyvee brought in lot of eagles poeple and nash finch poeple to add to there exp team. Won't be long these 15 to 25 year hyvee employees bolt.. both successful companies failed one reason cr---y ceo's after orginal ones left. One ki---d in car acciedent in mpls the eagle ceo don't know the story. Whitney finch remembered my name only part time dairy clerk. I talk to him only once. He said young man you even think being in grocery business. My response was i just finished my electronics schooling. A week later a shift mgr for econo foods in Cedar Rapids. The only poeple randy knows by name our are true shareholders. I bet Rick and former ceo's new lower level team members. Randy when last time you visited hyvee store outside Des Moines area. Not here to put you down want you too see how stores are truly being ran where noone knows you ever come. Just go 60 minutes outside where live. I only trying to help hyvee. Fyi

by
|
Post ID: @2qii+1h2itBl7

Return to our roots. We can't be everything to everyone. That's why Aldi is so successful.

by
|
Post ID: @pgj+1h2itBl7

Post a reply

: