More than 70 employees working in established nightspots in Clarke Quay were gathered outside MOM to lodge a complaint against their former employers for not paying their wages.
The employees who worked for public-listed group Lifebrandz owners of popular nightspots in Clarke Quay such as Aquanova, Mulligans, Hopdog and Fenix room have not been paid for the month of February and are afraid they won’t be paid for March either.
Three out of the four nightspots have shut their doors, leaving employees with no choice but to approach the Ministry of Manpower for help. Irish pub Mulligans, Aquanova and hot dog stand Hopdog have all closed leaving employees clueless as to when they’ll see the money they’re owed.
Former chief executive Mr Cedric Chong resigned from his post in February and has since been replaced by Mr Eddie Chng, however both have not given their comments on the situation.
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