Six former employees are suing New Jersey-based Family First Funding, LLC and its three co-founders in a class-action-seeking lawsuit claiming the lender failed to pay them overtime.
The plaintiffs worked as processors at the company in different periods from May 2018 through January 2023. The regular workday, according to them, was supposed to follow business office hours from Monday to Friday.
But the plaintiffs claim they routinely worked early mornings, evenings, late nights, and weekends at Family First Funding, resulting in more than 40, 50, and 60 hours per week. The processors were affected by details ⇒
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