Five drivers sue SBS Transit in dispute over overtime pay

According to court documents filed, the drivers claim SBS Transit paid them below the Ministry of Manpower's regulated rate for overtime work, and that their working hour records do not match the monthly pay slips they were given. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - Five bus drivers are suing their employer, bus and train operator SBS Transit (SBST), over a wage dispute.

According to court documents filed by their lawyer M. Ravi of Carson Law Chambers, the drivers claim SBST paid them below the Ministry of Manpower's regulated rate for overtime work, and that their working hour records do not match the monthly pay slips they were given.

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