H&M WORKERS In Granada Stage A Protest At Store Closures In The City
The announcement by Swedish clothing retailing giant, H&M, that it will close its stores in Granada, has sparked protests from workers in the city, who took to the streets outside the store to show their disgust at the action, claiming that the real motive behind the closure is to obtain more profits at the expense of the workers it wants to lay off.
They believe that the reality of H&M’s cuts is a strategic change implemented by the company, and not a consequence of the pandemic, as the change in buying habits by the public had been taking place for a long time prior to the current health crisis, blaming the company for cutting the stock available in stores to force customers to shop online instead, as reported by granadadigital.es.
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