The simple fact is that your wife may not anonymously file a complaint with any section of the government---state or federal. She is legally entitled to report abuses to the state, and when she does so, she is protected from retaliation for having filed the complaint. However, she may not refuse to identify herself, because that will result in the complaint not being investigated.
Most of the big banks are in trouble. BofA is in the process of laying off some 40,000 employees. Wells, is not immune to the problems either. Everyone is being pushed to more in less time. The threats being mad,e of no overtime, would be illegal to follow through with. If she is denied meal breaks and rest breaks, her rights are being violated.
I would suggest that the two of you go to your local Department of Industrial Relations Office and meet with an investigator to share your concerns. Here is a link to where you can locate your local office by city:
While your wife will have to sign her name to the complaint, the Department can make sure that the employer realized that it is unlawful for them to retaliate against her. If they do, then she has a civil claim she can make against them, as retaliation would likely constitute Constructive Wrongful Termination. This is something that you folks would want a local Employment Law Attorney in on from the beginning so that the appropriate steps can be taken to maximize any eventual recovery she might have against Wells Fargo.
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