Sara Moore was live in Belfast City centre:
Belfast Primark workers have met with the city's Mayor amid concerns about pay and the future of their jobs.
Lord Mayor Deirdre Hargey hosted the meeting on Tuesday evening at the City Hall.
The shopworkers' trade union, Usdaw, have been in talks with the retailer who confirmed that staff will be paid for next week's contracted hours.
The meeting was held to explore what support can be put in place for Usdaw members following the devastating fire at the Belfast city centre store.
Primark representatives attended to listen to the concerns of their staff.
A company spokesperson said: "Our management team in Belfast is continuing to work very closely with our colleagues to ensure they are being supported during this time.
"We are working on finalising plans in the coming days and will communicate these directly to our colleagues as soon as possible."
Primark say they are looking to be up and trading in the city as soon as possible and are currently exploring a number of options.
Usdaw will meet with the company on Wednesday afternoon to secure long-term support for the staff.