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X-man
13/07/2010 12:55:44
Re: Confirmed worker run away after salary without giving 30 days advance

We have been facing this problem many times. The worker kept quiet and did not turn up to work after he/she has received his/her salary.
- Send the worker a legal action letter(advised by labour officer)
- It is useless as the worker will never bother.
- How are we going to send him/her letter where we cannot even find him/her?
- The above is not a solution for me to be honest.

Is there any action the EA can do to protect the employer?
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KL Siew
pesaraonline@gmail.com
13/07/2010 13:56:05
Make claim of indemnity in lieu notice at the Labour Department. It may not be useless. The Labour Department can summons the worker concerned.
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Ms tang
Kirsten.tmk@gmail.com
19/07/2010 11:30:38
Hi

My company is the manufacturer company. The workers suppose to work
from 8.00am to 5pm(permanent worker). However, currently we've got a
project which must work during night time.

Can i know how should I calculate the rate without against labour law?

He work from 10pm to 8am(another day).After 8am he go back home to
sleep.As what i know according labour law, the worker must take 8 hrs
rest after work. So Shall I count the morning 8.00 am to 5pm inside
the payroll or just the OT?

Example 1) 2 hr X 1.5 + 8hr x 2

OR

Example 2) @hr X 1.5 + 8 hr x 2 + 1 working day( 8.00am to 5.00pm
which he went back to rest)


Which example is collect withoout against the labour law?

Pls reply asap.Thanks
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