Some 800 employees of the burned Gaisano Capital South Mall will begin the year without a job.
Eric Labrada, liason officer of the Gaisano Capital Group, said that they will let go of the contractual employees after Dec. 30.
“Their contracts will be terminated effective Dec. 30,” Labrada told Cebu Daily News.
He said 800 employees are mostly sales assistants and promodisers assigned at the storage department who assist in pricing and repacking of products.
Their contracts were renewable every five months.
About 1,500 employees worked in the mall, w hich burned down on Dec. 23, a day before their big Christmas sale.
Labrada earlier said 800 were casual employees, 500 were agency-hired workers and the remaining 200 were regular employees who would remain with the company.
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