57 ex-staff of Genting Hong Kong firms seeking unpaid notice pay, other compensation

Ex-staffers are claiming "salary in lieu of notice, encashment of unconsumed annual leave and reimbursement of expenses. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Retrenched employees of two companies related to Genting Hong Kong are claiming unpaid notice pay and other compensation.

The Tripartite Alliance for Dispute Management (TADM) confirmed to The Straits Times (ST) that 57 former employees of Star Cruise Travel Service and its shareholder Star Cruise have lodged their demands at a mediation session held on April 13.

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