Foreign worker dorm operator, employees fined for dirty quarters; cockroaches and faulty toilets found

Foreign worker dorm operator, employees fined for dirty quarters; cockroaches and faulty toilets found

18/9/2020 12:44:00 PM

Foreign worker dorm operator, employees fined for dirty quarters; cockroaches and faulty toilets found

SINGAPORE — Labourtel Management Corporation, which operates four foreign worker dormitories, was fined S$118,000 on Friday (Sept 18) for overcrowding and failing to upkeep the cleanliness of premises under their care in 2018 and 2019.

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Operator of foreign worker dorms fined $118,000 after some rooms found to be filthySINGAPORE - Labourtel Management Corporation, a company that runs foreign worker dormitories, was fined $118,000 on Friday (Sept 18) after the authorities inspected four of them and found that some rooms were filthy.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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