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Hotel Services Charges Are Not Meant To Pay For Worker's Minimum Wages

Rosli Affandi, Secretary-General, National Union of Hotel, Bar & Restaurant Workers

29-Mar-21 07:17

Hotel Services Charges Are Not Meant To Pay For Worker's Minimum Wages

Rusli Affandi, Secretary-General, National Union of Hotel, Bar & Restaurant Workers joins us to discuss the recent Federal Court ruling that hoteliers cannot use the service charges they collect from customers in order to pay their workers’ minimum wages.

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Presented by: Wong Shou Ning, Philip See


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