Two Urban Outfitters retail employees have sued the apparel company for allegedly failing to pay them for all hours worked, including overtime, in an effort to conform with compensation budgets.

The lawsuits filed in New Jersey federal court by plaintiffs Alyssa Baccicheti, a department manager from Royal Palm Beach, Florida, and department manager Evan Trapp, of New York City, claimed they were not fully paid for their over-40-hour workweeks at multiple New Jersey store locations.

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