She also faces a $150K fine for the offence, says the Ministry of Manpower
The director of a shell company in Singapore was found guilty of fraudulently obtaining work passes for foreign workers
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
Singapore's recent HIV data leak is bringing up fears of workplace discrimination
A former employee is suing for unfair dismissal after saying he was denied a new job because he isn't Asian
Regardless of age, all staffers are chasing after this in their careers, says LinkedIn