The company director is set to receive five strokes of the cane and 50 months in jail
Yuan Shungao collected thousands of dollars from foreign workers as a guarantee for their continued employment.
He faces a fine of up to $30,000, imprisonment for up to two years, or both
It’s a “serious offence” to use fake educational qualifications, says MOM official
The Ministry of Manpower says the accused managed a shell company to bring in foreign workers without any intention of providing them with work
The director made false salary declarations to the MOM to secure S-passes for foreign employees
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