"Cash back" salary practice for S-Pass holders at Mustafa Centre
MOM conducts investigations this month
Several former foreign workers spoke out against Mustafa Centre on the online journalism website The Online Citizen.com (TOC) early this month.
They say the "cash back" practice has been taking place since their first salary.
"The cash back amount was S$600 to S$1000 every month", one of former workers claimed.
According to one of ex-employees, there are about S-pass holders at Mustafa Centre who are facing the same situation.
Investigations have been conducted by MOM, for allegedly violating the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act.
"According to the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act, employers who are found guilty of making a false statement or providing false information in any application or renewal of a work pass will face a fine of up to $20,000, or imprisonment for up to 2 years, or both", says TOC.
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