5 more SBS Transit bus drivers file lawsuits over overtime pay, even as mediation involving first 5 drivers fails

The five claim that SBST has breached the terms of their collective agreements, or contracts, by not compensating them according to the prescribed rates of pay for work done on their rest days, public holidays and days off. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Five bus drivers have filed new lawsuits against their employer, bus and train operator SBS Transit (SBST), in a dispute over uncompensated hours and duties.

They include a Singaporean, Mr Lim You Onn, and four Malaysians - Mr Meerah Mohamed Halideen, Mr Mohamed Sani Din, Mr Chiew Yi Yee and Mr Razak Hasim.

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