SINGAPORE (June 14): Annica Holdings, the oil and gas equipment specialist, says former employee Edwin Sugiarto on Wednesday served a Singapore High Court writ of summons to the company, together with a statement of claim.
Sugiarto is claiming $416,784.25, together with costs and interests up the date of full settlement, for unpaid wages, medical expenses claims and a payment in consideration for a non-compete undertaking arising out of his cessation of employment that were allegedly due and payable by the company to Sugiarto under an employment agreement in writing dated Jan 1, 2016.
Annica was previously known as Oculus, a contact lens company where Sugiarto was once its chairman and executive director. He became the Chief Operating Officer on Jan 6, 2016, after Sandra Liz Hon Ai Ling took over as executive director and CEO.
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