“To Test Operational Readiness”

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Penneys store in Rathfarnham Shopping Centre

This afternoon.

RTÉ reports:

“Primark, which trades as Penneys here, has asked the majority of its employees in its Dublin headquarters and Reading office in the UK to work from home tomorrow.

“It said it taking the move in order to test its operational readiness and IT capability should a situation arise where it needs to temporarily close one of its offices.

“The company stressed that it has not had any cases of Covid-19 amongst its employees.

Staff at Primark’s Dublin headquarters asked to work from home tomorrow (RTÉ)

8 thoughts on ““To Test Operational Readiness”

    1. jonsmoke

      I think you’ll find that those working to make the products sold in Primark shops are not employees of Primark.

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    2. Daisy Chainsaw

      Where do you buy all your clothes?
      Your phone probably has parts mined by children and made by someone who works with suicide nets outside the window. Get off that aul high horse.

      Reply
  1. Cian

    What’s the point?
    If it all goes pear-shaped then the stores will need to close… great IT and HQ staff can work from home – but they’ll have nothing to do.

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