3 more drivers sue SBS Transit in dispute over rest days and overtime pay

The SBS Transit drivers are claiming that they were underpaid for overtime work and that they had to work for more than a week without a rest day. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - Three bus drivers have filed fresh lawsuits against bus and train operator SBS Transit (SBST), citing similar claims to those filed by five other drivers in September.

The eight SBST drivers, all represented by lawyer M. Ravi of Carson Law Chambers, are claiming that they were underpaid for overtime work and that they had to work for more than a week without a rest day.

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