Some maids in S'pore paid $1,500 to live apart from their employers - illegally

MOM said employers are responsible for ensuring that their maids work and reside at an approved residential address. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - She was hired as a maid to live and work - by law - at her expatriate employer's two-bedroom condominium in Newton.

But for the past few years, the Filipino domestic worker has been discreetly residing with her friends in a rented apartment in Balestier.

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