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Social enterprise accused of failing to pay freelancers, others

A case of multiple fee delays by startup points to growing risk for gig workers here

Imaginem worked with The Salvation Army on a photo campaign (above) on the plight of the poor in Singapore. The photographer has said he has yet to be paid. A spokesman for the charity also said it would terminate the collaboration with Imaginem.


A LOCAL startup calling itself a social enterprise stands accused of owing some S$20,000 for months to freelancers and a boutique public relations firm, bringing into focus the risks that gig workers and small firms face in chasing fees from fledging companies that have no clear...

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