Today, both Sephora and Nordstrom announced that each will shutter its Canadian storages temporarily as we steer through the Covid-1 9 crisis.
In an email to purchasers this morning, Sephora said that remote working programs will apply for all corporate department employees from 5pm today through to April 3 and that retail hires will continue to receive their cornerstone paying off scheduled shiftings.” When Sephora firstly opened its doorways, we did so with the mission to create a unique community for all grace lovers. Since then, we have always taken our responsibility to protect the well-being of our beings and society very seriously. It was with that responsibility in mind that we made this decision ,” the company said in a statement. The word follows the brand’s decision last week to halt all paid in-store business.
In the meantime, sephora.ca will remain functional and will volunteer free send through April 3. It has spread its in-store return policy to 30 daylights within its accumulates reopening for any acquires uttered in the 30 daylights prior to today. For online prescribes, returns have been extended to 60 days.
Nordstrom too exhausted a statement this morning announcing it was closing its Canadian collects from today.” We realize the effects a shutdown can have on our storage hires, and this is not a decision we obliged delicately. We want to take care of them as best we can and will be providing them with repay and benefits during this two-week period as well as catering additional resources to help them through this challenging time ,” said Erik and Pete Nordstrom. They included,” There is no question this is a time of great uncertainty. While we don’t know what the future may support, we feel confident that by sticking together and corroborating one another, we’ll emerge from this stronger than before .”
Aritzia and Lululemon also made announcements last week involving supermarket closes for the moment, alongside international labels like Nike and Apple.
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