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27/04/2009 11:05:45
Re: Work during MC

Dear Siew,
One of our staff was requested to report to work while he was on MC due to shortage of manning. He agreed and reported to work accordingly. Now, he is enquiring if company is going to compensate him (on top of his normal day pay). Does the company legally need to compensate him since it was on mutual agreement? If so, would it be calculated as a normal day pay? Which then means, for that day, he will be paid double. Otherwise, the company is thinking of paying him a specified sum (to be decided by the Management) as a token of appreciation. Kindly advise.
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KL Siew
27/04/2009 12:26:26
You may decide something that is agreeable to both parties. Just treat it as a one-time thing. Better don't make it a habit of calling back workers who are on medical to work.
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