What is this lawsuit about?
In the lawsuit, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC") alleged that Alorica Inc. engaged in unlawful employment practices by subjecting employees to a sexually hostile work environment and/or retaliation in violation of federal and state laws. The lawsuit asked the Court to require Alorica, Inc. to provide monetary damages and provide potential reinstatement to eligible claimants. The lawsuit also sought to compel Alorica Inc. to update its policies and procedures on discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
Alorica Inc. denies all of the allegations.
A more detailed description of this lawsuit and important court documents may be found on the Important Documents page of this website.
Am I eligible to participate in the Settlement?
If you are or were employed by Alorica Inc. (hereinafter “Alorica” and/or “Defendant) in either its Clovis, California or Fresno, California locations and were subject to sexual harassment between August 19, 2014 through the present, you may be eligible to receive money from the settlement if the U.S. EEOC determines you were a victim of sexual harassment and/or retaliation during your employment with Defendant in violation of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
To be considered for inclusion in the settlement, you must complete and return a Questionnaire Form by January 25, 2019 to: EEOC v. Alorica Claims Administrator, PO Box 91306, Seattle, WA 98111-9860, via email at info@EEOCvAlorica.com, or online by clicking here. This information will be provided to the EEOC and EEOC will use this information to determine whether you are eligible for money from the settlement—in the form of damages for emotional pain and suffering—and, if so, how much. EEOC may also contact you if EEOC determines additional information is necessary to evaluate your claims. Once EEOC makes a determination on your eligibility, EEOC will communicate with you about what additional steps will be required prior to your receipt of any monetary relief. As such, please be sure to keep EEOC informed about any change in your contact information as your eligibility may be affected if we are unable to contact you.