A Singapore court found the worker guilty of causing grievous hurt by performing a negligent act
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The victim was employed as a safety coordinator and patrol man
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She also faces a $150K fine for the offence, says the Ministry of Manpower
A third member in the family-owned business is questioned by police over mistreatment of employees
A construction company in Singapore is under fire for allegedly owing 48 workers tens of thousands of dollars
The court was told that the Singapore employer assaulted her multiple times and gave her "salary for the day"
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