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judy
judylow79@gmail.com
03/03/2008 11:52:43
Re: unpaid salary

hi,

I resigned from prevoius company on 12/5/2007 & started in present company on 15/5/2007.After few months,i asked for my salary for 4/2007 & 5/2007 but they said can't release for the reason of i only give them 2 weeks notice. For information, i was on maternity leave from 14/3/2007,i go back to work on 3/5/2007.
In case like this, i still have my salary with them? if yes, can i get it back even after almost 1 year?
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KL Siew
kl_siew@yahoo.com
03/03/2008 12:19:36
The best thing you can do is to go to the Labour Department and make a claim for your salary.
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judy
judylow79@gmail.com
04/03/2008 08:08:31
KL Siew,

What document should i bring to Labour Dept. to make claim? If i loss some of my pay slip,can i make the claim?
Tq.
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KL Siew
04/03/2008 08:24:51
You may bring along:

IC, appontment letter. copy of your resgination letter. birth certificate of the child and any letter from the company after your resignation.

The Labour Department will tell whether you have a good case or not.

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ShaLin
gi_tue@yahoo.com
06/03/2008 11:24:30
I applied 5 days unpaid leave started form 3/12-7/12 2008.I took it due to my contract was ende on the 30th of November 2007 and i was not entittled for any anual leave for new contract yet. At the end of the month, my salary has been deducted for 7 days unpaid leave - 3/12-9/12 2007 where include my off day ( sat & sun). Until today, after 2 months claim for the dispute , the mgmt said , the dispute is not valid.
FYI i'm working in Contact centre(outbound dept) and my working hours is 8.30-6.00 pm from Mon to Fri.
I wolud like to know is it true that I will not get back my claim and for what reason is that? TQ
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judy
love_judylow@hotmail.com
12/03/2008 13:00:55
KL Siew,

I have all the document except copy of my resignation letter. Can i bring this case to Labour Department as well?

Tq
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