Malaysian CG company Lemon Sky denies allegations staff was made to work overtime without pay


Founded in 2006, Lemon Sky is an art outsourcing studio with more than 300 creative talents. — Filepic

PETALING JAYA: Local computer graphics company Lemon Sky Studios has denied allegations that it made employees work overtime without pay to complete work for big-name companies based overseas.

"The allegations made against Lemon Sky Studios regarding overtime payments are factually and legally inaccurate. This position applies to all employees of Lemon Sky Studios (including former employees)," the Selangor-based company said in a statement to LifestyleTech.

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