This is a businessrecord.com article.
Bank of America Corp. and its Merrill Lynch unit will pay $14 million to settle lawsuits claiming that the companies forced financial adviser trainees to work 60 hours and more per week, including on weekends, without paying them overtime, Reuters reported.
The plaintiffs claimed that Merrill regularly required them to work 10- to 14-hour days, attend client functions and work on weekends.
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