Forhad Dewan was relieved when he could go back to work after Covid-19. It didn't last long. He came to us for help, but we had to explain the limits.
There's an open secret in Singapore: many employers flout the law on correct calculation of salary with little fear of being taken to task.
As an S-Pass holder, Tolack's salary was high enough to make one wonder whether he was eligible for overtime pay. What does the law say, and is it clear?
Quite a number of migrant construction workers describe themselves as 'supply workers'. Akash explains what that means and what a hard life it is.
Ali has to choose between keeping his job and going home to save his house. Shouldn't it be his choice to make? Shouldn't an employer respect his decision?
Alam got a "plumbing" job. What exactly did the job involve? But does it matter when he had nothing to do for the past 17 months?
Kind donors are deeply appreciated. But what are the men's needs and priorities? We try to find out.
While Rezaule's salary claim ended in an interesting way, the salary terms originally offered to him was even more interesting. It was truly creative.
Workers in a nearby dorm were surprised to see him running in for help. No shirt, no sandals... just plain fear.
Ali Mohammed lost his salary case at the Employment Claims Tribunal. His case was never going to be easy, but we still wonder if the court could have been more thorough.