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Company Overview of Vacation Resorts International, Inc.
Vacation Resorts International, Inc. provides management and marketing services to resorts, condominiums, and timeshares. The company is based in Laguna Hills, California. As of February 28, 2012, Vacation Resorts International, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of ILG, Inc.
23041 Avenida de la Carlota
Laguna Hills, CA 92653
Founded in 1981
Key Executives for Vacation Resorts International, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President of Resort Operations/Northeast & Mid-Atlantic Regions
Senior Vice President of Business & Corporate Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Vacation Resorts International, Inc. Key Developments
Vacation Resorts International Signs Management Contract with Boutique Resort in Florida Keys
Nov 1 16
Vacation Resorts International announced that it has entered into a property management agreement with the Florida Bay Club located in Key Largo on the northernmost island of the Florida Keys. VRI is known for its cost-effective management, broad-industry expertise, and service-oriented culture. The team works collaboratively with boards of directors to deliver solutions to help ensure the ongoing success of its managed resorts. The services being provided to the Florida Bay Club include budget and reserve planning, human resources support, maintenance fee billing and collections, supervision of all on-site functions, rental and marketing programs, and owner communications.
La Boca Casa Resort Selects Vacation Resorts International to Provide Management Services
Apr 27 16
Vacation Resorts International announced that it has entered into a property management agreement with La Boca Casa Resort located in Boca Raton in the heart of Florida's Gold Coast, on the Atlantic Ocean. VRI is known for its cost-effective management, broad-industry expertise, and service-oriented culture. The team works collaboratively with boards of directors to deliver solutions to help ensure the ongoing success of its managed resorts. The services being provided to La Boca Casa include budget and reserve planning, human resources support, maintenance fee billing and collections, supervision of all on-site functions, rental and marketing programs, and owner communications. The one-bedroom units offer spacious accommodations, featuring a lush living room, master bedroom with king-size bed and walk-in closet, fully equipped kitchens, and complimentary Wi-Fi. On-site amenities include an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, barbeque grills, and pool-side patio dining area. The picturesque beaches are just steps away from the resort. The City of Boca Raton offers visitors a year-round tropical climate and an array of dining, shopping, and entertainment opportunities. Visitors can play at world-class golf courses, visit nearby attractions, experience special cultural events, soak up the sunshine on a two-mile stretch of lifeguard protected beaches, and enjoy boating, fishing, or other popular water sports.
EEOC Sues Vacation Resorts International for Sexual Harassment and Retaliation Female Employees
Sep 30 15
Vacation Resorts International (VRI), a provider of management and marketing services to resorts, condominiums, and timeshares, violated federal law when it permitted a manager at the Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort (which VRI manages) to sexually harass a groundskeeping /housekeeping employee, Katrina Archer, and other female employees, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charged in a lawsuit filed September 30, 2015. EEOC also charged VRI with unlawfully firing Archer when she resisted and reported the harassment. According to EEOC's lawsuit, a male manager subjected Archer to repeated and egregious sexual harassment, including grabbing her breasts, exposing his penis to her, attempting to pull her onto his lap, and repeatedly propositioning her for sex. The male manager also touched other female employees without their consent and made inappropriate comments about their bodies. Archer repeatedly complained to the harassing manager's supervisor, who also witnessed some of the harassment herself. Nevertheless, EEOC alleges, nothing was done to stop the harassment. As the harassment worsened, Archer even threatened to complain to the harasser's second-level supervisor and to his wife. Shortly thereafter, Archer was fired. Both sexual harassment and retaliation for complaining about it violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. EEOC filed suit against VRI in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, Fort Lauderdale Division after first attempting to reach a pre-litigation settlement though its conciliation process. The suit seeks back pay, front pay and/or reinstatement, compensatory damages, punitive damages and injunctive relief.
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