Primark has said it is committed to the city of Belfast and is exploring a number of options to be 'up and trading' as soon as possible.
The retailer have confirmed employees will be paid this week and next week.
The store says it is committed to the city of Belfast.
Pay and job security
Belfast Primark workers met with Lord Mayor Deirdre Hargey on Tuesday evening.
The shopworkers' trade union, Usdaw, said their members "are clearly worried about their future and they need reassurances".
Primark representatives attended the meeting to listen to staff concerns.
"We are working on finalising plans in the coming days and will communicate these directly to our colleagues as soon as possible", said a Primark spokesperson.
"There are some areas that we simply can’t comment on or confirm."
Usdaw will meet with the company on Wednesday afternoon to secure long-term support for the staff.