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Holiday Shopping / Seasonal Workers #183933

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 26, 1999
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Holiday shopping at the mall shown.

(Los Angeles: Brian Rooney) The prognosis for the second annual Internet holiday shopping season featured; ABC News poll findings on Internet shopping cited. [SHOPPER, Saint Louis Galleria Mall Shelly SCHEMBRE, The Right Start president Jerry WELCH, The Retail Group Kathy SCHANNO - offer views on mall versus Internet shopping.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Personal income figures cited.

(Stamford, Connecticut: Bill Redeker) The impact of the shortage of seasonal workers on both retailers and customers examined; details given of worker recruitment strategies. [Target manager Kevin WALICKI, Air Touch Greg HALLER, Natural Wonders manager Nancy LUCASHU, Hallmark Cards Lillian DADDONA, Lands' End WORKER - comment on attracting workers.] [Manpower President Jeffrey JOERRES - says the labor market is very tight.]

Gibson, Charles;
Redeker, Bill;
Rooney, Brian

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