Call Center is operating today.
Reality is setting in for 280 Digital Domain employees who were laid off on friday, as the digital effects company suddenly closed up shop in Port St. Lucie.
There were reports over the weekend of at least one newly hired Digital Domain worker who was in the process of moving her family from New Hampshire for her 46-thousand dollar job with the company, only to find out that job no longer exists.
The executive director of Treasure Coast food bank says she wants all families affected by the Digital Domain layoffs to use the bank in Fort Pierce for groceries.
Judith Cruz says her organization is treating the layoffs like a natural disaster. the bank is operating a call center today for ex Digital Domain employees with questions ranging from housing to meals.
Click here to visit the food bank website.
Meanwhile, Port St. Lucie city commissioners are expected to discuss the issue at Monday evening's meeting.