what will happen if I signed 2 year contract, on epass, but then i just leave back to home country (indonesia)? written on contract: 3month notice plus liquidated damage $15,000
asked 3 months ago
Can I sign an employment contract with a foreign company without business registration in Singapore? Even though contract state that it will be bounded by Singapore employment law, is it legitimate?
What if the Employer have more than one entity under him signed on an Employment Letter with entity "A" letterhead and after 6 months, claimed that wrong letter-head was used as I work for entity "B". Ask that I reimburse all the salaries
If i signed a work contract of 9 months, and after the first day i feel that this job isn't suitable. However if i quit, i would have to compensate the company (my basic salary x remaining months ), how should i go about dealing with this?
Mgr A worked 11 years got redundant benefit while Mgr B worked 1.5 years got 0 except salary in-lieu of notice per employment contract. Both leaving same time. Does B have any grounds to sue co?
I worked for company A. During the time at A, I worked for a project for company B. At that time company B and me signed an employment contract. Is this contract valid ?
I signed a 24months contract but its my 3rd week here. I want to quit but have signed a paper that states I have to compensate my basic salary x amount of months left. This amounts to almost $48,000 and Im only 20 years old. Is there any solution to this?
I have an employee resigning from the company and heard that she is planning to join a direct competitor. What can we do to prevent it so as to protect the legitimate interest of the Company? FYI, Checked that her agreement includes the non-competition cl
Does my ex-employer have the right to prohibit me from contacting any clients or stakeholders for both solicitary and non solicitary purposes for 2 years?
During termination of employment contract, I have to serve 3 months notice period AND pay 3 months salary worth. I didn't know that usually it should only be either one. Is this enforceable?