GIA to Lay Off About 20% of Workforce at Carlsbad HQ
The Gemological Institute of America is letting go of 151 people, 100 of whom work in the lab in some capacity.
According to GIA’s Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act (WARN) filing, the company plans to lay off 151 of its approximately 751 employees in Carlsbad beginning Sept. 22.
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The plea comes against a backdrop of declining demand and falling prices.
Shoppers also expressed concern about rising prices, higher interest rates, and political uncertainty.
The former teacher, described as “a pioneer for women-owned businesses,” opened her own jewelry store in 1980.
Police say Douglas Wayne Gamble also swapped natural diamonds for synthetic stones and failed to return customers’ repairs.
The designer just launched a new bridal range at Kay Jewelers.
Steve Levine joins the family-owned company, while his brother Gary has a new position.
The company has filed complaints against Royal Chain and Samuel B.
Reginald Brack has worked at StockX and Christie’s.