Alorica — blatant drug abuse and sexual encounters between staff members in public
I am a federal employee with a son and daughter in law working in a telemarketing firm on Research Loop very close to your office here in Tucson, Arizona. I drive through the area, just east of Research Loop, that includes
the Alorica office on one side and on the other, the parking lot for Alorica employees. I drove by a total of three times in the span of an hour during the mid-afternoon on [protected] only to see a middle-aged Hispanic woman with a while male partially inside a grey Jeep Grand Cherokee. When I asked my daughter if she knew those individuals, she replied, "the man is new but the woman's name is "Nola" and that her last name she thought started with H. She said she couldn't forget the first name because it was so infrequent. Not only were they quite inappropriate with one another the first time I drove by but I also saw them driving unsafely up Pantano passing some type of pipe to one another. I grabbed my kids something to eat and when I drove by again to drop them off, low and behold, all I could smell was marijuana...all I could see was them all hugged up together and a pipe in the woman, "Nola's" hand. Is this the type of people that you hire? I use to see a security guard in the parking lot quite a bit when I picked up my kids but he was nowhere to be found when it would have been useful to stop Alorica employees from using drugs in the parking lot and groping one another. I find that disgusting and I've done some research of my own. That is gross negligence on your company's behalf to allow behavior like that. Do you not even bother to adhere to your own drug test policy? That was so inappropriate I went home and was appalled all evening. I hope I don't have to tell you who I will call next if you don't reign in your outlaw employees, especially those driving around smoking dope, smoking dope in the parking lot and only God knows what else. Just absolutely gross and negligent on behalf of your company. The AG will here about this if something is not done immediately. There must be something wrong with your hiring process as that behavior was illegal, dangerous and unprofessional.