CVSL states that upon learning of her intention to leave the company, it put a transition team in place."That team has uncovered evidence of your misconduct harmful to The Longaberger Company, which made it necessary to terminate you," CVSL stated."Your extensive misconduct that we continue to uncover has undermined the possibility of CVSL and The Longaberger Company reaching an agreement with you."CVSL denies the allegation that any Longaberger executive was given authority over her; states her salary was reduced from 0,000 at the insistence of Longaberger Company's bank, with Tami's consent; and that CVSL forwarded the state tax notices to Longaberger Co."With respect to your job responsibilities, you were asked to focus on strengthening relations with the sales field and agreed to do so," CVSL states."Unfortunately for the company, you showed an unwillingness to perform this important work consistently, or even spend time at the company's principal office, which directly impacted your job performance."Longaberger sales have plummeted to roughly 0 million annually and employment dwindled to 230 employees, including 68 at its Newark corporate office, which had 500 employees shortly after it opened in 1998. reported some positive news Sunday on its Facebook page."Just received an update on May sales, and I am ECSTATIC!," wrote Longaberger chairman, president and CEO John Rochon Jr., who is vice chairman of CVSL and the son of CVSL head John Rochon.“It’s going to be interesting, but we’ll find someone I’m sure,” he reassured.Should the mansion sell for its million price tag, it would smash the record price paid for a central Ohio home, which is currently held by a New Albany property that fetched just over million in 2010.
The parent company stated it has narrowed the product line, reduced back orders and inventory, and eliminated bank debt.CVSL, parent company of the Longaberger Co., stated Monday it terminated her employment May 27 because she had an inappropriate personal relationship with a subordinate Longaberger executive, refused to work with the sales field and rarely showed up at the Newark corporate office.Tami Longaberger stated in April 28 and May 29 resignation letters that CVSL cut her salary by 0,000, reduced her responsibilities, gave another executive authority over her and caused Longaberger to fail to pay taxes to several states, forcing some to seek payment from her personally.Including the ballroom and the guest wing, the property encompasses 57,000 square feet in all, making it what’s thought to be the largest property of its type in all of Ohio.“We think it must be the largest mansion in the entire state,” revealed Howard Hanna Real Estate Services president, Howard Hanna IV.“We can’t be sure if there is one larger, but since our company was founded in 1957, it’s physically the largest property we have dealt with.”Longaberger is apparently selling the home simply because she feels she doesn’t need it anymore, now her kids have left home.Additionally, she says she spend too much time on the road anyway.“I’ll be fifty this year, my kids have left and spending three weeks of each month away on business, it’s simply too much space for just one person,” she says.