W&S Files Collective Action on Behalf of Call Center Employees

Akron, Ohio — Winebrake & Santillo, LLC has filed a collective action lawsuit against VXI Global Solutions that alleges VXI failed to pay call center employees for all of their work hours. This unpaid time includes: (i) time spent at the beginning of the day booting up the computer and logging into computer programs; (ii) time spent attending meetings; and (iii) time spent handling calls while logged out of VXI’s timekeeping system.

This lawsuit is filed as a “collective action” which means other current/former VXI call center employees can join the lawsuit. If you worked at VXI any time in the last 3 years, you can give us a call at (215) 866-1551 to learn more about the lawsuit. We would be happy to talk with you and provide you with the information you need to join the case.

Please find attached: (i) a copy of the complaint and (ii) the form needed to be completed and returned in order to join the lawsuit.

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