David J. Stern, Foreclosure-Processing Lawyer, Sued by Former Employees
They were "told to gather their personal belongings. There were boxes by the elevator, and they were escorted out of the building," Doucette says, referring to the Nov. 5 round of layoffs, which included 435 employees. Approximately 800 employees have been laid off so far.
Severance packages were only offered to select individuals in the first two round of lay-offs on Sept. 23rd and Oct. 8, according to Doucette. After that, people were told "that financially [the company] was not able to offer any additional severance packages," Doucette says, adding that DJSP Enterprises did not file necessary paperwork regarding the layoffs to the state or county until Nov. 3, and that the paperwork is not comprehensive. "It's as if these other people don't even exist," she says."It's obviously part of one giant pattern."
Representatives from DJSP Enterprises could not be reached immediately for comment. We will update accordingly.
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