Attendance bonuses for staff who refuse sick leave common in S'pore

23/1/2022 12:13:00 AM

Attendance bonuses for staff who refuse sick leave common in S'pore

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Yes it is common and becomes dangerous Common yes but it shldnt be a continuous practice. Esp for parents, older workers.. some companies breakdown the salaries as attendance bonuses or site allowances. Like if ur salary is $1.5k, u only get that full amt upon completion but in contract they said that’s ur salary. Bs

The attendance bonus is a double edge sword. Rubbish. Some companies practice using the 13th month pay and dividing it into 12 months and giving it as a performance indicator, which will be deducted if you are on MC.

S'pore taxi driver, 65, to foot bill for damages after passenger opens left-side rear door, hits BMW & becomes uncontactableWhose fault is it when the passenger is not careful but cannot be held liable? Ball up and help the driver......really an ahole The passenger should be held accountable, esp as he initially agreed to cooperate. This behaviour shows weak character. Why didn’t the driver pull into intended area for passenger pick up/drop off? He just stopped in the road and the BMW driver whizzed by without an ounce of caution. Bad judgment all around. They should split the bill 3 ways. Teach them all to be more mindful. Lucky no one hurt.

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Read now Please verify your e-mail to read this subscriber-only article in full The gift link for this subscriber-only article has expired.Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.A 92-year-old woman in Singapore has died after being infected by the Omicron variant of the Covid-19 virus, according to the Ministry of Health (MOH).Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.

Get unlimited access to all stories at $0.99/month for the first 3 months. Feeling aggrieved that the taxi driver was made to cough up money and the passenger allegedly shirking responsibility, a Mothership reader wrote in to share about the Oct. You have reached your limit of subscriber-only articles this month. She is the first Omicron-related death reported in the country. Get unlimited access to all stories at $0. Allegedly failed to exercise due diligence According to the taxi driver's 36-year-old daughter, who declined to give her full name, the passenger had allegedly failed to"exercise his due diligence" when opening the door to alight, resulting in a collision with another vehicle.99/month for the first 3 months. A reunion with local productions If you're of a certain vintage, you'll probably recognise Chu from the many TVB dramas she has starred in.

. The collision Lee shared that her dad has been a taxi driver for more than 18 years. MOH extended their deepest condolences to the woman's family and loved ones.