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Labour Department highly concerned about fatal work accident that happened on March 31
The Labour Department (LD) is highly concerned about a work accident that happened at a construction site in Tseung Kwan O this morning (March 31), in which a male worker was hit by a metal strut being suspended by a crane while working on the site. He sustained injury and was certified dead later in the hospital. The LD is saddened by the death of the worker and expresses its deepest sympathies to the victim's family.
Labour Department highly concerned about fatal work accident that happened on March 31
Labour Department highly concerned about fatal work accident that happened on March 31
 
Labour Department public occupational health talk cancelled Labour Department public occupational health talk cancelled
To continue to help reduce social contact and the risk of the spread of COVID-19 in the community, the Labour Department announced today (March 30) that the public talk entitled “Noise Hazards and Prevention of Hearing Loss” scheduled for April 2 at the Lecture Hall of the Hong Kong Space Museum, Tsim Sha Tsui, has been cancelled. Enrolled participants will be informed of the cancellation.
Labour Department public occupational health talk cancelled
 
Labour Department reminds foreign domestic helpers that group gatherings in public places will be prohibited
The Labour Department (LD) today (March 28) reminded foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) that group gatherings in public places will be prohibited starting from March 29.
Labour Department reminds foreign domestic helpers that group gatherings in public places will be prohibited
Labour Department reminds foreign domestic helpers that group gatherings in public places will be prohibited
 
Labour Department again appeals to foreign domestic helpers to refrain from gathering and crowding in public places Labour Department again appeals to foreign domestic helpers to refrain from gathering and crowding in public places
The Labour Department (LD) today (March 27) again appealed to foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) to refrain from gathering and crowding in public places and stay at home for rest on their rest days as far as possible to safeguard their personal health and reduce the risk of the spread of COVID-19 in the community.
Labour Department again appeals to foreign domestic helpers to refrain from gathering and crowding in public places
 
Labour Department highly concerned about fatal work accident that happened on March 23
The Labour Department (LD) is highly concerned about a work accident that happened at a slope in Kowloon Tong this morning (March 23), in which a male worker fell to his death from the slope while conducting slope maintenance work. The LD is saddened by the death of the worker and expresses its deepest sympathies to the victim's family.
Labour Department highly concerned about fatal work accident that happened on March 23
Labour Department highly concerned about fatal work accident that happened on March 23
 
Latest arrangements for Labour Department public services Latest arrangements for Labour Department public services
In accordance with the special work arrangements for government employees and adjustments to public services announced by the Government yesterday (March 21), the Labour Department (LD) will provide limited public services starting tomorrow (March 23). Counter services, except for those provided by the Employment Agencies Administration (EAA), will be suspended until further notice.
Latest arrangements for Labour Department public services
 
Foreign domestic helpers applying to extend limit of stay to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic
In response to the latest development of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government today (March 21) announced that applications from foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) to extend their limit of stay in Hong Kong as visitors will be flexibly considered.
Foreign domestic helpers applying to extend limit of stay to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic
Foreign domestic helpers applying to extend limit of stay to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic
 
Labour Department appeals to employers to make flexible arrangements for employees on statutory holiday of Ching Ming Festival to reduce risk of infection Labour Department appeals to employers to make flexible arrangements for employees on statutory holiday of Ching Ming Festival to reduce risk of infection
​The Labour Department (LD) today (March 20) appealed to employers to have early discussions with employees on flexible arrangements concerning the statutory holiday of the Ching Ming Festival (April 4) so that their employees may stagger grave-sweeping activities accross dates before and after the festival, thereby avoiding overcrowding to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. This will help maintain good labour-management relations and protect the health of employees as well as the community.
Labour Department appeals to employers to make flexible arrangements for employees on statutory holiday of Ching Ming Festival to reduce risk of infection
 
Flexibility arrangement to extend validity period of foreign domestic helpers' contracts and points to note for home quarantine for foreign domestic helpers travelling to Hong Kong
In response to the latest development of the COVID-19 infection, the Government today (March 19) announced that the flexibility arrangement to extend the validity period of the contracts of foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) will be extended with immediate effect. The Labour Department (LD) also appeals to employers of FDHs and employment agencies (EAs) to make necessary arrangements to accommodate the compulsory home quarantine for FDHs travelling to Hong Kong, which is effective today.
Flexibility arrangement to extend validity period of foreign domestic helpers' contracts and points to note for home quarantine for foreign domestic helpers travelling to Hong Kong
Flexibility arrangement to extend validity period of foreign domestic helpers' contracts and points to note for home quarantine for foreign domestic helpers travelling to Hong Kong
 
Labour Department appeals to employers and employment agencies to make arrangements for foreign domestic helpers undergoing compulsory home quarantine Labour Department appeals to employers and employment agencies to make arrangements for foreign domestic helpers undergoing compulsory home quarantine
The Labour Department (LD) today (March 18) appeals to employers of foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) and employment agencies (EAs) to make necessary arrangement to accommodate the compulsory home quarantine for FDHs travelling to Hong Kong.
Labour Department appeals to employers and employment agencies to make arrangements for foreign domestic helpers undergoing compulsory home quarantine
 
Extension of Submission Deadline for the Good Employer Charter 2020 of the Labour Department
In view of the impact caused by COVID-19 virus infection, the submission deadline of the Good Employer Charter 2020 will be extended from 31 March 2020 to 30 April 2020 to provide ample time for interested organisations to submit information required for enrolment. Interested organisations should complete the enrolment form and attach copy of relevant documents (e.g. Business Registration Certificate, Certificate of Incorporation or other documents), together with additional information as appropriate and return them to the Labour Department on or before the submission deadline. For details, please visit the website www.gec.labour.gov.hk.
Extension of Submission Deadline for the Good Employer Charter 2020 of the Labour Department
Extension of Submission Deadline for the Good Employer Charter 2020 of the Labour Department
 
Protection under the Employees' Compensation Ordinance for employees contracting the Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent in the course of work Protection under the Employees' Compensation Ordinance for employees contracting the Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent in the course of work
In response to media reports that employees, including medical staff, would not be entitled to protection under the Employees' Compensation Ordinance (ECO) if they contract the Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent (novel coronavirus), a Government spokesman made the following clarification today (February 10):
Protection under the Employees' Compensation Ordinance for employees contracting the Severe Respiratory Disease associated with a Novel Infectious Agent in the course of work
 
Government appeals to employers to make arrangements to reduce risk of spread of novel coronavirus in community
In relation to a mandatory quarantine on all people entering Hong Kong from the Mainland, the Government appeals to employers to work out necessary arrangements in consultation with their employees working across the border.
Government appeals to employers to make arrangements to reduce risk of spread of novel coronavirus in community
Government appeals to employers to make arrangements to reduce risk of spread of novel coronavirus in community
 
Flexibility arrangement to extend validity period of foreign domestic helpers' contracts Flexibility arrangement to extend validity period of foreign domestic helpers' contracts
In response to a temporary ban by the Philippine Government on Filipino nationals from travelling to the People's Republic of China, including the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), the HKSAR Government today (February 4) announced a flexibility arrangement which will take immediate effect. In processing affected employers' applications, the HKSAR Government will work to extend the validity period of the employers' contracts with their outgoing foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) to help them cope with the special situation. The flexibility arrangement aims to assist those employers whose contracts with their existing FDHs are due to expire soon, but the newly hired FDHs or the FDHs they intend to hire cannot fly in to commence the new contracts due to the temporary ban.
Flexibility arrangement to extend validity period of foreign domestic helpers' contracts
 
Labour Department encourages foreign domestic helpers to stay home on their rest day
The Labour Department (LD) today (January 30) appealed to foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) to stay home on their rest day in order to safeguard their personal health and to reduce the risk of the spread of the novel coronavirus in the community.
Labour Department encourages foreign domestic helpers to stay home on their rest day
Labour Department encourages foreign domestic helpers to stay home on their rest day
 
Labour Department appeals to employers to make arrangement to reduce the risk of the spread of novel coronavirus in the community Labour Department appeals to employers to make arrangement to reduce the risk of the spread of novel coronavirus in the community
The Labour Department (LD) today (January 30) appeals to employers to provide necessary personal protective equipment like surgical masks to front-line staff and those in need in order to reduce the risk of the spread of novel coronavirus in the community.
Labour Department appeals to employers to make arrangement to reduce the risk of the spread of novel coronavirus in the community
 
Government appeals to employers to make special work arrangement to reduce the risk of the spread of the novel coronavirus in the community
The Government today (January 28) appeals to employers to make flexible work arrangement for employees in accordance with their operational needs in order to reduce the risk of the spread of novel coronavirus in the community. Except for staff providing emergency and essential services, employers should consider not requiring all other employees to return to the offices but to work at home. This will help maintain good labour-management relations and reduce the risk of the spread of novel coronavirus in the community. Employers should review the arrangement taking into account of the latest situation.
Government appeals to employers to make special work arrangement to reduce the risk of the spread of the novel coronavirus in the community
Government appeals to employers to make special work arrangement to reduce the risk of the spread of the novel coronavirus in the community
 
Catering Industry Safety Award Scheme (2019/2020) Catering Industry Safety Award Scheme (2019/2020)
The Award Presentation Ceremony cum Variety Show of Catering Industry Safety Award Scheme 2019/2020 which was originally scheduled for 26 November 2019 has been cancelled following the postponement. The Labour Department would notify the winners in writing of the arrangements for receiving the awards. The lists of winners…
Catering Industry Safety Award Scheme (2019/2020)
 
Labour Department to hold briefing on employment of foreign domestic helpers
The Labour Department (LD) will hold a briefing on the employment of foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) on February 8 (Saturday), 2020 at 2:30 pm at the Lecture Theatre of the Hong Kong Central Library, 66 Causeway Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. Enrollment is now open.
Labour Department to hold briefing on employment of foreign domestic helpers
Labour Department to hold briefing on employment of foreign domestic helpers
 
Labour Department alerts public to fake social media page Labour Department alerts public to fake social media page
The Labour Department (LD) today (January 3) alerted the public to a fake social media page bearing the LD's name and logo.
Labour Department alerts public to fake social media page
 
Good Employer Charter 2020 is now open for Enrolment
The objective of the Good Employer Charter 2020 is to continuously encourage employers of different trades and scale (including small and medium enterprises) to adopt employee-oriented and progressive good human resource management practices. Employers should also formulate family-friendly employment policies by assessing different family responsibilities borne by their employees and help them fulfil their work and family needs simultaneously to create a family-friendly harmonious workplace. For details and enrolment method, please visit the website www.gec.labour.gov.hk.
Good Employer Charter 2020 is now open for Enrolment
Good Employer Charter 2020 is now open for Enrolment
 
Congratulations to the YETP Most Improved Trainees 2019 Congratulations to the YETP Most Improved Trainees 2019
To showcase the improvement of trainees after joining YETP as well as to commend the caring efforts of training bodies and employers, the Labour Department organises “the YETP Most Improved Trainees Awards” every year. Winners of this year’s Most Improved Trainees Awards and Merit Awards have been selected. Let’s take a look at the award ceremony!
Congratulations to the YETP Most Improved Trainees 2019
 
Reducing the Health Risks of Standing at Work
To enhance the awareness of employers and employees on reducing the health risks of standing at work, the Labour Department has produced a brand new TV announcement.
Reducing the Health Risks of Standing at Work
Reducing the Health Risks of Standing at Work
 
Safety Quiz Competition Safety Quiz Competition
The answers and results of Safety Quiz Competition (Chinese version only)……
Safety Quiz Competition
 
Catering Industry Safety Award Scheme (2019/2020)
The answers and results of Safety Quiz Competition (Chinese version only)………
Catering Industry Safety Award Scheme (2019/2020)
Catering Industry Safety Award Scheme (2019/2020)
 
Individuals overseas reminded to remain vigilant against email scams Individuals overseas reminded to remain vigilant against email scams
The Immigration Department (ImmD) and the Labour Department (LD) recently received enquiries from individuals overseas about emails from unknown sources offering employment in Hong Kong under an Employment for Professionals Assessment Scheme and requesting recipients to provide personal data and pay a fee. The Government reminds people who have received similar suspicious emails to remain vigilant against possible scams.
Individuals overseas reminded to remain vigilant against email scams
 
Labour Department clarifies recent concerns on employees' compensation protection for employees
​According to the Employees' Compensation Ordinance (ECO), if an employee sustains an injury or dies as a result of an accident arising out of and in the course of his employment, his employer is in general liable to pay compensation under the Ordinance. The ECO requires all employers to take out a policy of insurance to cover their liabilities both under the Ordinance and at common law for injuries at work in respect of their employees. As specified in the ECO, when an insured employer is liable to pay employees' compensation to his employee in respect of a work injury, such sum shall become due and payable by the insurer, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the policy of insurance.
Labour Department clarifies recent concerns on employees' compensation protection for employees
Labour Department clarifies recent concerns on employees' compensation protection for employees
 
Minimum Allowable Wage and food allowance for foreign domestic helpers to increase Minimum Allowable Wage and food allowance for foreign domestic helpers to increase
The Government announced today (September 27) that the Minimum Allowable Wage for foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong will be increased from $4,520 to $4,630 per month. The food allowance will be increased from not less than $1,075 to not less than $1,121 per month.
Minimum Allowable Wage and food allowance for foreign domestic helpers to increase
 
Construction Industry Safety Award Scheme 2019/2020
The enrolment period for the site safety competition of the “Construction Industry Safety Award Scheme 2019/2020” was ended on 30 September 2019. Assessment is now in progress …
Construction Industry Safety Award Scheme 2019/2020
Construction Industry Safety Award Scheme 2019/2020
 
New Category “Workplace Consultation Related Information” Available in GovHK Notifications Mobile Application New Category “Workplace Consultation Related Information” Available in GovHK Notifications Mobile Application
The Labour Department from now on releases information related to the Employment Ordinance and good human resource management through the GovHK Notifications mobile application (“the App”). Users of the App who are interested in receiving related messages can select “Workplace Consultation Related Information” under “Category” on the menu of the App. Corresponding notifications will be received by such users whenever the Labour Department delivers messages through the App.
New Category “Workplace Consultation Related Information” Available in GovHK Notifications Mobile Application
 
Removal Notice of the Registration and Staff Training Division of the Labour Department
Starting from 4 July 2019, the Registration and Staff Training Division (RSTD) of the Labour Department has been relocated from Kowloonbay International Trade and Exhibition Centre to Units 815-816, 8/F, Grand City Plaza, 1-17 Sai Lau Kok Road, Tsuen Wan, New Territories.
Removal Notice of the Registration and Staff Training Division of the Labour Department
Removal Notice of the Registration and Staff Training Division of the Labour Department
 
Compensation levels for work injuries and occupational diseases increased and list of medical appliances for pneumoconiosis or mesothelioma sufferers expanded Compensation levels for work injuries and occupational diseases increased and list of medical appliances for pneumoconiosis or mesothelioma sufferers expanded
The new levels of compensation under the Employees’ Compensation Ordinance, the Pneumoconiosis and Mesothelioma (Compensation) Ordinance (PMCO) and the Occupational Deafness (Compensation) Ordinance, as well as the expanded list of medical appliances under PMCO will take effect from 26 April 2019…
Compensation levels for work injuries and occupational diseases increased and list of medical appliances for pneumoconiosis or mesothelioma sufferers expanded
 
Labour Department to launch online occupational safety complaint platform
The Labour Department (LD) today (March 19) launched an online occupational safety and health (OSH) complaint platform so that employees and members of the public can report to the department unsafe operations and environments at workplaces by using online forms accessible to mobile electronic devices or computers.
Labour Department to launch online occupational safety complaint platform
Labour Department to launch online occupational safety complaint platform
 
Construction Industry Safety Award Scheme promotes occupational safety for 20 years and beyond Construction Industry Safety Award Scheme promotes occupational safety for 20 years and beyond
The 20th Award Presentation Ceremony of the Construction Industry Safety Award Scheme was held today (March 17) to offer recognition to principal contractors, sub-contractors, site personnel and front-line workers with good occupational safety and health (OSH) performance. The scheme aims at enhancing OSH awareness and fostering a safety culture in the construction sector.
Construction Industry Safety Award Scheme promotes occupational safety for 20 years and beyond
 
Employers and workers of construction industry urged to observe work-at-height safety
The Labour Department (LD) is highly concerned about the recent spate of serious accidents related to work-at-height in the construction industry and reminds those working at height to pay special attention to work safety.
Employers and workers of construction industry urged to observe work-at-height safety
Employers and workers of construction industry urged to observe work-at-height safety
 
5 days’ Statutory Paternity Leave takes effect on 18 January 2019 5 days’ Statutory Paternity Leave takes effect on 18 January 2019
According to the Employment (Amendment) (No. 3) Ordinance 2018, male employees with child born on or after 18 January 2019 are entitled to 5 days’ paternity leave for each confinement of their spouse/partner if they fulfil other requirements as stipulated in law.
5 days’ Statutory Paternity Leave takes effect on 18 January 2019
 
The Labour Department regularly publishes the conviction records of contravention of safety legislation
The Labour Department regularly publishes the conviction records of contravention of safety legislation
The Labour Department regularly publishes the conviction records of contravention of safety legislation
 
Joint efforts to foster occupational safety and health in catering industry Joint efforts to foster occupational safety and health in catering industry
The Labour Department has called on the catering industry to work together to establish a safe and healthy work environment to give employees and their family members peace of mind.
Joint efforts to foster occupational safety and health in catering industry
 
Reinstatement or Re-engagement Order for Unreasonable and Unlawful Dismissal
Where an employee has been unreasonably and unlawfully dismissed on or after 19 October 2018 and the employee makes a claim for reinstatement or re-engagement, the Labour Tribunal may make an order for reinstatement or re-engagement without the need to secure the employer’s agreement.
Reinstatement or Re-engagement Order for Unreasonable and Unlawful Dismissal
Reinstatement or Re-engagement Order for Unreasonable and Unlawful Dismissal
 
A maximum allowance of $51,000 for employing a person with disabilities A maximum allowance of $51,000 for employing a person with disabilities
Effective from 1 September 2018, the maximum amount of allowance for employing a person with disabilities under the Work Orientation and Placement Scheme will be increased to $51,000......
A maximum allowance of $51,000 for employing a person with disabilities
 
Action Plan to Tackle Trafficking-in-Persons and to Enhance Protection of Foreign Domestic Helpers
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government announced the Action Plan to tackle trafficking-in- persons (TIP) and to Enhance Protection of Foreign Domestic Helpers (FDHs) on 21 March 2018, which outlines a collection of new and on-going inter-bureaux/departmental measures to combat TIP and enhance protection of FDHs.
Action Plan to Tackle Trafficking-in-Persons and to Enhance Protection of Foreign Domestic Helpers
Action Plan to Tackle Trafficking-in-Persons and to Enhance Protection of Foreign Domestic Helpers
 
Code of Practice for Employment Agencies Code of Practice for Employment Agencies
Employment (Amendment) Ordinance 2018 has come into effect. The Commissioner for Labour, pursuant to the ordinance, promulgated the Code of Practice for Employment Agencies to reflect the new legislative requirement, for compliance by Employment Agencies with a view to promoting professionalism and quality service in the industry.
Code of Practice for Employment Agencies
 
Maximum daily rates of reimbursable medical expenses increased for employees injured at work and occupational disease sufferers
The maximum daily rates of reimbursable medical expenses under the Employees' Compensation Ordinance and the Pneumoconiosis and Mesothelioma (Compensation) Ordinance have been increased with effect from 9 February 2018...
Maximum daily rates of reimbursable medical expenses increased for employees injured at work and occupational disease sufferers
Maximum daily rates of reimbursable medical expenses increased for employees injured at work and occupational disease sufferers
 
Guidance Notes on Safety and Health of Hand-dug Tunnelling Work Guidance Notes on Safety and Health of Hand-dug Tunnelling Work
The GN aims to provide practical guidance to proprietors, contractors and workers engaged in hand-dug tunnel construction work, and enhance the occupational safety and health (“OSH”) awareness of the relevant stakeholders. Workers participating in hand-dug tunnel construction work or underground utility laying works and other personnel involved in the work should also read the contents of the GN thoroughly to avoid the occurrence of accidents.
Guidance Notes on Safety and Health of Hand-dug Tunnelling Work
 
Occupational Safety and Health Complaint Hotline
If you have any complaints about unsafe workplaces and work practice, please call the Occupational Safety and Health Complaint Hotline at 2542 2172
Occupational Safety and Health Complaint Hotline
Occupational Safety and Health Complaint Hotline
 
Employment Agencies Portal (http://www.eaa.labour.gov.hk) Employment Agencies Portal (http://www.eaa.labour.gov.hk)
The Labour Department has launched the Employment Agencies Portal providing information related to regulation of employment agencies (EAs). Users can also check if an EA has a valid licence by the built-in search function.
Employment Agencies Portal (http://www.eaa.labour.gov.hk)
 
Website on Working Holiday Scheme (http://www.whs.gov.hk)
The Labour Department has launched a new dedicated website on Working Holiday Scheme, providing comprehensive information as well as useful tips and experience shared by previous working holidaymakers.
Website on Working Holiday Scheme (http://www.whs.gov.hk)
Website on Working Holiday Scheme (http://www.whs.gov.hk)
 
Website on Foreign Domestic Helpers (www.fdh.labour.gov.hk) Website on Foreign Domestic Helpers (www.fdh.labour.gov.hk)
To facilitate Foreign Domestic Helpers (FDHs), their employers as well as the public to access to information such as the policy and labour legislation relating to the employment of FDHs, Labour Department has launched a dedicated website……
Website on Foreign Domestic Helpers (www.fdh.labour.gov.hk)
 
New videos on successful employment of people with disabilities
To enhance public awareness of the working abilities of people with disabilities, the Selective Placement Division has produced a brand new series of videos ...
New videos on successful employment of people with disabilities
New videos on successful employment of people with disabilities
 
Online Occupational Safety and Health Complaint Form
Occupational Health Clinic
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+ Conviction records on failure to pay wages or sum awarded
+ Occupational Safety and Health Conviction Records
+ Work Safety Alert
+ Systemic Safety Alert
+ Concise Work Accident Investigation Report
+ Statutory Minimum Wage
+ Minimum Wage Reference Calculator
+ Employment Programme for the Elderly and Middle-aged
+ Portable Residual Current Device Sponsorship Scheme for SMEs (Traditional Chinese Version Only)
Useful Information
+ Briefing for Imported Workers under the Supplementary Labour Scheme
+ Online Occupational Safety and Health Complaint Form
+ Guidelines on Safe Use of Lifting Frames and Launching Girders for Bridge Construction (PDF)
+ Information for Repair, Maintenance, Alteration and Addition (RMAA) Works (PDF)
+ Employers Must Take out Employees’ Compensation Insurance
+ Latest Labour Market Situation
+ Statutory Holidays for 2020
+ Statutory Holidays for 2019
+ Monthly Highlight of Job Seekers with Disabilities
+ Code of Practice in times of Typhoons and Rainstorms (PDF)
+ Guidelines for Notification of Your Workplace (Notification Form)(PDF)
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Lists of Typical Courses in Occupational Safety and Health accepted as Continuing Professional Development Programmes

Publications
+ Labour Department Annual Report 2018
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Education & Careers Expo
+ 6-9 February 2020
Briefing on employment of foreign domestic helpers
+ 8.2.2020 (PDF)
Occupational Health Talk (conducted in Chinese)
+ 4.2020 (PDF)
+ 5.2020 (PDF)
+ 6.2020 (PDF)
Construction Safety Week
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Latest Amendments to Labour Laws
+ Increasing the Levels of Compensation under the Employees’ Compensation Ordinance, the Pneumoconiosis and Mesothelioma (Compensation) Ordinance and the Occupational Deafness (Compensation) Ordinance, and Expanding the List of Medical Appliances under the Pneumoconiosis and Mesothelioma (Compensation) Ordinance
+ Summary of the Employment (Amendment) (No. 3) Ordinance 2018 on statutory paternity leave
+ Reinstatement or Re-engagement Order for Unreasonable and Unlawful Dismissal
+ Maximum daily rates of reimbursable medical expenses increased for employees injured at work and occupational disease sufferers
+ Summary of Major Amendments made under the Protection of Wages on Insolvency (Amendment) Ordinance 2012
+ Summary of Major Amendments made under the Pneumoconiosis (Compensation) (Amendment) Ordinance 2008
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