MES Group charged with labour law breaches, including employing foreigners without valid passes

SINGAPORE — The MES Group of property and logistics firms and their directors were on Thursday (March 18) charged with flouting employment laws, including falsely declaring workers’ salaries, illegally employing foreigners without valid work passes and making their workers clock excessive overtime hours.

In all, they face 553 charges under the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act and Employment Act.

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