Activists say the Toys R Us bankrupty should be cautionary tale for workers and for Wall Street.
The company shuttered its doors last week after nearly sixty years of operation.
And the owners say there's no money left for employee severances after massive payouts to creditors and attorneys.
But, employees say bad management and lack of human investment led to the toy giant's downfall, and they should not be the ones left paying the price.
Here to explain more is Michael Kink from Strong Economy for All, and Jeanet Calderon, formerly of Toys R Us, from New York City.