29 Apr '18, 11pm

S’porean freelancer’s 4-month ordeal trying to work in China with no salary https://t.co/DUHOHXAt0n

A Singaporean woman has taken to Facebook to share her infuriating ordeal of having to move to China on short notice after taking up a job offer via a Singapore company, not having the proper documentation done for her by the company that engaged her, and eventually, not getting paid at all. Advertisement Infuriating Her story is all the more infuriating as she is a Malay woman who would obviously face a language barrier in China, but not much was done to help her along the way, according to her post. Not only did the company in Singapore not take precautions to ensure she was protected and taken care of, it strung her along for several months without paying her a salary and repeatedly broke agreements, until she demanded compensation by going to the Small Claims Tribunal. Although the story she shared ends on a positive note and talked about the issue as a major learning ...

Full article: https://mothership.sg/2018/04/freelancer-china-singapore-...

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