“Her childcare options evaporated overnight.” It happened to thousands of families when the state of California forced everyone to stay home as the coronavirus crept into town.
It happened to Drisana Rios. The mother of two was an account executive with insurance firm HUB International in San Diego. In March, she was sent home to work alongside a needy 1-year-old and 4-year-old. “It was a little crazy and wild for all of us,” said Daphne Delvaux.
Delvaux is an employment attorney with the Gruenberg Law firm. She filed a lawsuit on behalf of Rios who was recently terminated by HUB International. According to the lawsuit, Rios said she was admonished for her children being too loud during conference calls. “As a mother, as a working mother, I was outraged,” said Delvaux who spoke to NBC 7 on behalf of her client.
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