Our company has the tendencies to delay our claims (milege, per-diem, medical, etc.) by up to at least four (4) months. For example, when we submit our January claim end of January, we'll be getting our claims in May and sometimes, in June. Each time we enquire about our claims, they'll tell us that they don't have enough cash flow to pay us. How do we stand for such cases?
My company wants me to stay overseas for up to six (6) months and they won't be giving me any advance allowances too. Due to the above matter, how should I proceed with such an assignment? How am I going to survive overseas? Is there any labour law/employment act that protects us in this case?
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