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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Dozens of Toys “R” Us workers from around the country gathered at the Union, New Jersey location Sunday to demand severance for employees who are losing their jobs.

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More than 30,000 Toys “R” Us employees are due to be laid off after the company filed for bankruptcy.

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In a letter to employees, the company said that they will not pay out severance due to their financial condition.

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Employees have accused the company’s owners of lying to them about the future of the toy chain.