Thread regarding Sears layoffs

The Dirty Side of Sears

Did Eddie ever get around to paying Kimco or is Eddie still getting store managers and their staff to violate OSHA regulations, poorly clean toilets generally not maintain a habitable shopping experience?

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@Zpz5u0W-2oed

Hey post that video link. I want to share with people.

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Post ID: @Zpz5u0W-2arv

The corporate shills are working overtime I see. The videos are posted on YouTube for all to see. There's a video posted by a customer just YESTERDAY walking a non-closing Kmart. My favorite line from it? "If you have to p--p, I guess you have to p--p outside". It's pathetic.

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Post ID: @Zpz5u0W-2oed

Just to understand how fake this is, Sears doesn't have foodcourts anymore. And this person claims food poisoning in sears foodcourts. Tell true stories, stop making fake stories. Get a life.

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Post ID: @Zpz5u0W-2xqh

This isn't true. Stores look great as a result of New Clean & Bright. And hundreds of new fresh stores are in the pipeline too.

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Post ID: @Zpz5u0W-2xrp

You can feel the grime sticking onto you when you walk into our Kmart. The ceiling tiles are literally hanging off the ceiling, and the floor tiles are in a terrible state of disrepair. The shelves are a sea of 1-deep and empty, desperately hanging on to a semblance of the appearance of a store.

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Post ID: @Zpz5u0W-1aym

Eddie doesn't want potential buyers to know that many buildings haven't had proper maintenance in years, down to skeleton crews that were let go of altogether during the bankruptcy, and rats and mold were a serious issue that needed frequent control at many stores. I think it's well known that escalators haven't been functional practically since Eddie took over in many stores, which in some cases were triggered by customer injuries. There are numerous safety and health issues, and these buildings have been suffering from neglect and lack of basic maintenance for a long long time. Obviously facilities heated by steam boilers saw very poor maintenance from outside vendors without a clue, and there are stores that saw catastrophic failures of equipment. Complete disaster all around.

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Post ID: @Zpz5u0W-1epq

Yeah! Last month one of the Sears food courts had food poisoning issues.

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@Zpz5u0W-emj

You should try your hand at fiction writing!

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Post ID: @Zpz5u0W-1ota

Sears complaining about dirty bathrooms and Kmart's folks be like, we'll raise you asbestos filled floors.

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Post ID: @Zpz5u0W-1cef

Oh geez that was so bad. No toilet paper for us or the members, and no one really knew how to clean the bathrooms well. We just went to the mall bathrooms, and we got all kinds of complaints. I think a health inspector must have finally told us to get our act together, because the problem magically got solved one day, I'm not sure why.

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Post ID: @Zpz5u0W-1bhm

It's still toilet paper on P-cards and associates cleaning bathrooms in these parts. The contractors and QMTs were all let go during the bankruptcy, because Eddie is too cheap to hire people who are properly trained to maintain bigass mall spaces. As far as I can tell the elevators haven't run in more than a decade, the boilers are a health hazard, and rat feces is becoming an issue because for whatever reason extermination hasn't been worked out ever since the QMT hasn't been able to do whatever voodoo magic he did to keep us rat free. This will probably be a major remediation hazmat project someday.

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Post ID: @Zpz5u0W-emj

Man, f##k Eddy. But some really vile vindictive people just come here to show the hardworking employees in bad light. If you got laid off, move on!

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