Website aims to reunite 30,000 Woolworths staff

If you were one of the 30,000 employees to be clocked around the head at Christmas and made redundant when Woolworths went belly-up, there's a new website set up by a former member of staff that might come be worth bookmarking.

While Woolworths Reunited is hardly going to win any prizes for pant-bursting web design, it's a useful resource for contacting former colleagues, and has a mass of information on dealing with redundancy as well as the latest legal issues concerning Woolworth's administration and the resulting fallout for staff. There are also details on how to go about retraining for new careers and registering with job agencies.

It's a noble effort, and one that's probably more valuable than Friends Reunited right now.


  • Honky S.
  • Song b.
    I remembers them days when the rest of them Internets looked like that...
  • Christopher
    woot. 90s website design ftw!
  • Schexy S.
    looks like crap, feels like crap and I have a strange feeling that it's actually a load of crap. registration form takes you to Visiting gives a holding page for a new domain registration Majority of links on the site don't actually work. In fact the website seems to be largely composed of advertisement and cheap looking graphics. And a bunch of job ads copied across from other job websites Waiting for the news which says this website is under investigation for deceiving members into thinking they're being registered to a service providing them with useful resources, and instead getting a shitload of spam and have their details sold to other companies. Any website trying to deceive should at least make a slight effort to look believable
  • Mike H.
    Looks like some little WOOLIES oik is trying to make a couple of quid out of his situation and rip his old colleagues, wanker.
  • lynn c.
    they should bring back woolworths it was a good shop

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