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aldones
24/04/2008 11:27:13
Re: bonus entitlement

My company has put into black & white that bonus entitlement for 2007 will be amount X, for which 50% has just been released (already received) and remaining 50% in end of July. However the letter did state a condition for the remaining bonus to only be paid to the staff still serving the company at the time next bonus is released.
Question: Is there no protection for the employee in this situation as the entitlement of bonus is based on the previous year achievement of 2007, for which the work was done? Is there no restriction by the law on this matter where the employer is taking advantage of the employee entitlement?
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
24/04/2008 12:13:13
I think that clause stands. Knowing that condition, resign only after receiving the bonus if one can. Consult the Labour Department if necessary.
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