Fred Meyer Alleges: In a class action lawsuit regarding wages, Fred Meyer is being targeted by two employees who are seeking at least $5 million on behalf of other employees who aren’t getting paid for their work.
According to the lawsuit, Fred Meyer stores activated a new payroll system in September, which resulted in widespread errors that caused people to miss multiple weeks of pay. This was caused by the fact that people missed multiple weeks of pay.
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Class Action Lawsuit Against Fred Meyer Alleges
“We are sorry to inform you that there was a technical error in the distribution of paychecks. Despite the fact that only a small fraction of our employees have been impacted, we are aware of the repercussions. A spokesperson for Fred Meyer issued a statement in which he said, “We are working quickly on resolving known.”
According to the lawsuit, the company is in violation of Oregon wage laws.
Since the launch of the new payroll system, a number of employees, including the employee in question as well as a large number of other individuals, have reported to us in Vancouver, Washington, that they are not receiving full paychecks or are not receiving paychecks at all. This employee is not listed in the lawsuit.
‘I just feel so bad for all these other employees that are not being paid at all for weeks on end because they’re being forced into a financial hole that’s going to take them months to get out of,’ said Emerson Ferguson, a Fred Meyer employee who claims she hasn’t been paid in a month despite working there.
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“I just feel so bad for all these other employees that are not being paid at all for weeks on end because they’re being forced into a financial hole that’s going
One of the plaintiffs listed in the lawsuit had worked at a Fred Meyer in Portland at some point in the past, and the other plaintiff is currently employed in Medford.
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