Sports Direct staff face disciplinary action for not turning up to work drunk

Sports Direct staff face disciplinary action for not turning up to work drunk

  Sports Direct staff face disciplinary action for not turning up to work drunk as a result of the company’s pledge to modernise its employee management procedures.   Bonuses will also be awarded to staff members that achieve certain key performance targets as a result of drunkenness in the workplace and CEO Mike Ashley has…

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Mike Ashley upsets Sports Direct customers with Agent Provocateur bid

Mike Ashley upsets Sports Direct customers with Agent Provocateur bid

  Billionaire tycoon Mike Ashley caused a panic among Sports Direct customers after entering the race to purchase struggling retailer Agent Provocateur.   Loyalists of the sports chain fear traditional sexy underwear brands like Slazenger, Everlast, Kangol and Karrimoor will be replaced in the bargain bins by high end negligée. Sports Direct’s Head of Bargain Basement…

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Human Trafficking migrants at Sports Direct ask to be returned home immediately

Human Trafficking migrants at Sports Direct ask to be returned home immediately

  The Sports Direct Shirebrook warehouse has been embroiled in fresh controversy after human trafficking migrants working there asked to be returned home after less than a week on the job.   The migrants have also indicated that they plan on taking legal action against the people that arranged their transportation over to the UK…

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Sports Direct plans to boost profits by purchasing a $50 million private jet

Sports Direct plans to boost profits by purchasing a $50 million private jet

  Sports Direct announced they will boost their plunging profits and share price by spending $51.1 million on a new private Jet.   It is unclear what the rationale behind such a plan is, but city experts have been scratching their heads in confusion as the troubled retailer responds to a 57% dive in profits…

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Sports Direct employees outraged at being secretly filmed watching MPs being secretly filmed

Sports Direct employees outraged at being secretly filmed watching MPs being secretly filmed

  Sports Direct have been asked to explain why they secretly filmed staff watching a hilarious video of members of parliament being secretly filmed during their lunch break.   A group of parliamentarians from the House of Commons Business Committee were covertly recorded having a meeting at the sports retailer’s Shirebrook facility in Derbyshire after…

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