The Netherlands and Barrett have announced that they will close. Christmas And this year’s Boxing Day thanks to its staff.
The retailer said it would give staff members an extra day off to “thank them for their efforts during epidemics.”
A company director said he hopes colleagues will enjoy the extra time with their families during the busy retail week.
Not only will retail staff get an extra day off, but those working in the Netherlands and Barrett Distribution Center will also work.
The business has 5,000 staff members across the UK and Ireland.
Anthony Houghton, Group Retail and Property Director in the Netherlands and Barrett, said: “The decision to close our stores in the UK and Ireland on December 25 and 26 is one of the busiest commercial periods of the year. Colleagues who have worked tirelessly and under extremely difficult restrictions since the Corona virus epidemic began in 2020.
“I would like to thank everyone in the Netherlands and Barrett for their continued hard work and commitment to each other and to our clients and hope that by staying away from work at this time they will be able to spend quality time with their loved ones during this time. ۔ “
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The Netherlands and Barrett have joined the ranks of businesses that have decided to close their doors on Boxing Day this year.
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