Workers laid off from Walley’s resort get paid
Nevada Appeal News Service
GENOA – The nearly 30 employees of David Walley’s Resort Hot Springs and Spa who were temporarily laid off this week because of financial problems with the resort’s lenders were paid in full for their last weeks of work, according to Walley’s human resources manager Brenda Yenkole.
Yenkole said all food and beverage employees put on furlough or forced leave without pay for three to four weeks, as the resort’s restaurant and deli remained closed, were paid for their last work period Wednesday.
Richard D’ Angelo, one of the employees temporarily laid off, was initially upset as he and others had received a memo from the corporate headquarters of Quintus Resorts, which oversees Walley’s, stating that the company would pay employees as soon as “conditions improved.”
But on Wednesday, D’ Angelo confirmed that he had been paid.
“It’s been very tough,” Yenkole said.
Yenkole said Walley’s plans to keep the restaurant and deli closed for three to four weeks, hoping to reopen on Thanksgiving and in December for the holiday season.