An IT organization chief was sentenced on Friday (April 1) to a 10-day short detainment request – a group sentence that conveys no criminal record – for harming and manhandling his understudy.
Lee Yew Nam, 45, had admitted to four charges of making hurt Mr Calvin Chan Meng Hock, now 32, at his Jurong Town Hall Road office in 2013. Two different charges were mulled over.
In procedures before Friday, the court had heard in alleviation that Lee experienced a noteworthy depressive issue. Be that as it may, master witnesses concurred that the confusion is not a drive control issue and that Lee had control over how he responds even in unpleasant circumstances.
Locale Judge Lim Tse Haw said he was readied to acknowledge that Lee was experiencing some type of depressive issue. In any case, he couldn’t overlook the way that what the director of Encore E-Services had done was not kidding.
Lee Yew Nam admitted to four of six charges of harming his worker.
IT organization administrator confesses to harming and manhandling specialist
The judge said: “As a mindful business, he has an obligation to have respect for the prosperity and welfare of his representatives.
“Rather, he subjected the casualty to physical hurt and verbal misuse on various events from January to May of 2013.”
He sentenced Lee to short confinement request in the wake of discovering deficient cause to require an obligatory treatment request report.
He concurred with the indictment that representatives, specifically those in the lower rank positions, are powerless and should be shielded from viciousness or misuse by businesses.