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Cooch ain't gonna like it. Next letter wiil tell the store managers to give each part timer at least one hour of work per week. That might keep them off the dole.
Im sure that is what management is counting on. I am sure it has not impacted and of the Demoulas or the board of directors lifestyles at allI drove past 2 stores on the way to work. I think the employees are getting worn out. They don't look as enthusiastic and there were a lot fewer of them.
Or maybe they just all went to the beach. It's a nice day.
He needs to be careful. The word is that his wife is on the team of lawyers that represent Arthur S. in this debacle.
Here is a link.Update on news.
They offered Artie T a job, but NOT as CEO.
Read the article. It says, "Hey, Artie. Go stand on the rug over there where X marks the spot." Secret trap door opens later or the rug gets pulled from under him. They gotta sweeten the pot a bit more. And, Gooch & Cooch become bag boys.
Five weeks ago these Board members voted to fire Arthur T. Demoulas and banned him from company property. Since that time, the company has spiraled downward and Arthur T. has worked feverishly to purchase the company. On three separate occasions since that time, including as recently as yesterday, Arthur T. has offered in writing and otherwise to try to bring back his entire management team to work to stabilize the company. Each offer was rejected.
It is disingenuous to issue a press release at 5:30 on a Friday, from the “Independent Directors” all of whom were appointed by Arthur S. Demoulas’ side of the family, announcing that they have invited him to rejoin the company but not as CEO. This is an attempt to have him stabilize the company, while they consider selling it to another bidder. This is far too serious a situation for these games and attempts at window dressing. It is a serious issue that deserves a serious solution. Market Basket’s Associates, customers, vendors and communities deserve better than that. Arthur T. Demoulas has provided a serious proposal which should be accepted.
Hypocritehow do you spell hypocryte?