Terranea Resort Allegedly Failing To Offer Job Positions Back To Employees Who Were Laid Off During The COVID-19 Pandemic

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On Behalf of Law Offices of Eric A. Boyajian | March 5, 2022 Harassment & Discrimination

The California Labor Commissioner’s Office has cited Terranea Resort $3.3 million for allegedly failing to offer job positions to 53 employees once the resort reopened. These employees were laid off during the COVID-19 pandemic. California’s Right to Recall Law, found in the Labor Code, requires certain employers to make job offers to certain employees who were laid off because of COVID-19-related circumstances. All job positions that become available must be offered to laid-off employees who are qualified. If you, or someone you know, falls into this category, please contact our office for assistance.