STATUTORY MINIMUM WAGE
Statutory Minimum Wage (SMW) has come into force since 1 May 2011. With effect from 1 May 2017, the SMW rate is raised from $32.5 per hour to $34.5 per hour. Concurrently, the monetary cap on the requirement of employers keeping records of the total number of hours worked by employees is also revised from $13,300 per month to $14,100 per month.
Guidelines and Calculator on Statutory Minimum Wage:
Employees with disabilities:
Employees with disabilities enjoy the same protection but they also have the right to invoke productivity assessment to determine whether they should be remunerated at not lower than the SMW rate or at a rate commensurate with their productivity. For details, please click here or refer to the relevant information (including Concise Guide to Productivity Assessment for Employees with Disabilities under the Statutory Minimum Wage Regime; Support Kits on Productivity Assessment for Employees with Disabilities under the Statutory Minimum Wage Regime; Revision of Statutory Minimum Wage Rate: Notes for Employees with Disabilities and Employers; and Article titled "Statutory Minimum Wage-Rights of Employees with Disabilities and Productivity Assessment").
Minimum Wage Ordinance, Chapter 608:
Comic Supplement Series on Statutory Minimum Wage:
Published in series of four episodes in local newspaper between 11 January and 7 February 2018 to introduce the requirements of statutory minimum wage (available in Traditional Chinese only)
TV Announcements relating to Statutory Minimum Wage:
Radio Announcements relating to Statutory Minimum Wage:
Videos relating to Statutory Minimum Wage:
Minimum Wage Commission: