Why is Foodfare behaving like they don't charge any rent/low rent? Logically speaking, the stall owner still have to pay monthly rents and all other expenses. Why wouldn't the stall owner want to keep the stall open and continue earning money to pay off the rents and expenses unless he has no other choice. The hawker could have been seriously ill or his condition might have worsened. Isn't Foodfare just being unempathetic towards the hawker by fining him $3500?

As NTUC is a union, shouldn't they be caring for the workers and not slapping fines on top of the rentals just for being unable to work due to illnesses? This is exactly the opposite of what a union should be like. It has became nothing but a profit driven company. 

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