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What's eerie about Sears holdings, is that they have closed 64 K Mart stores in 2018 alone, and closed or are closing 39 Sears stores too, and they had employment ads-help wanted- cashier jobs at k mart posted on indeed.com recently in my area.
I do not know if they're cutting fat or if some of their work force is jumping ship (pertaining to the employees). I find it odd that whilst they're filing for BK and closing stores everywhere, that they're wanting to hire people. I also wonder if or when the BK takes effect if they'll be able to pay their employees? My wife-between jobs- applied for cashiering at k mart about a month or so ago. I'm thinking it's probably a good thing she didn't get hired.
The last thing we purchased at a Sears store was a 40" television with a RCA label on it, and it's basically a POS. We hardly ever shop K Mart because they lack selection of brands we prefer, and their prices are higher than Walmart. Any time we've visited our local K Mart, the store is basically a ghost town, not very many shoppers at all. Sears Holdings is probably in the twilight of their once powerful retail rein. I once shopped at Sears frequently because of the Craftsman tools, and their return policy was absolutely the best. I still own wrench sets made by Craftsman from many, many years ago, quite good quality.
Anyway, when a company or corporation IMHO says the word bankruptcy, people tend to stay away or shy away from the products or services they provide.