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Who is responsible for ensuring that workers with claims receive food? Not given, says one worker. The "vegetables" were 10-15 km away, says another.
Sheikh Keramot Ali is chuffed to have a Tribunal Order giving him his owed wages and grateful to TWC2 for teaching him a bit of law to successfully argue his claim.
They shouldn't have to choose; the law cannot be any clearer. Yet these cases aren't rare.
High Court reminds lawyers to assess injury cases carefully before filling claims under common law. This is all the more critical when workers are in desperate financial straits and see only the upside of going to court.
MOM ruled that Shamim's injury was not work-related. A co-worker's testimony might have played a part. Then the co-worker phoned Shamim and an interesting conversation ensured.
Mano approaches TWC2 asking how he can get back the deductions from his salary labelled as "tax". Work Permit holders earn so little almost none of them has income above the taxable threshold.