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Following a month of consultation, the Government announced further details of the HK$80 billion Employment Support Scheme (ESS)
Mayer Brown
The government introduced the implementation details for the first tranche of the wage subsidy for June, July and August 2020 under Employment Support Scheme (ESS) on 18 May 2020.
Intertrust
On 12 May 2020, the Hong Kong Chief Executive revealed further details on the first tranche of wage subsidies under the Employment Support Scheme
Gall
The wage subsidies will be provided for 6 months in two tranches. The first tranche of the subsidies is from June to August 2020 and the second tranche is from September to November 2020. The first tranche of the ESS...
Mayer Brown
The Hong Kong Government yesterday (18 May) provided additional information on the ESS and, particularly, on the penalties that the government will impose if an applicant breaches either of the undertakings required to be given.
Clyde & Co
The second round of anti-epidemic relief fund of HK137.5 billion received approval by the Finance Committee of the Legislative Council of Hong Kong on 18 April 2020.
lus Laboris
On 18 April 2020, the Hong Kong Government approved funding for wage subsidies from its anti-epidemic fund. This article provides details.
Gall
For directors, the winding up of a company could be judgment day when their past misdeeds come back to haunt them.
Gall
The Government has recently provided more clarity on the Employment Support Scheme ("ESS") and expanded its scope.
Mayer Brown
On 8 April 2020, the Government announced a HK$137.5 billion package of relief measures in face of the COVID-19 epidemic, which is the second round of Anti-epidemic Fund measures. This includes an HK$80 billion...
Mayer Brown
On 8 April 2020, the Government announced an HK$80 billion Employment Support Scheme ("ESS") to help employers retain employees and avoid redundancies. As discussed in Mayer Brown's Update...
lus Laboris
The Hong Kong Government has released details of the Employment Protection Scheme designed to help individuals and businesses to mitigate the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Gall
In an effort to alleviate the financial difficulties as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Hong Kong Government has announced proposed relief measures which include a HK$ 80 billion Employment Support Scheme ("ESS").
Mayer Brown
The Hong Kong Government announced on 8 April 2020 the second round of Anti-epidemic Fund measures which included an HK$80 billion Employment Support Scheme ("ESS") to help employers retain employees and avoid redundancies.
Mayer Brown
On 8 April 2020, the Government announced an HK$80 billion Employment Support Scheme ("ESS") to help employers retain employees and avoid redundancies. As discussed in Mayer Brown's Update...
Mayer Brown
Asia's legal and human resources advisors are often required to function across multiple jurisdictions.
Gall
Employers may be making more redundancies than usual as Hong Kong finds itself facing a time of political and economic uncertainty.
Mayer Brown
As COVID-19 spreads its way around the world it is anticipated that more and more businesses will begin to feel the pain of a slowdown in the global economy.
Gall
This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to employee incentives laws and regulations that may occur in Hong Kong.
Mayer Brown
If it is true that it is darkest before the dawn, then a number of countries worldwide are rightly turning their minds to the possibility of easing the current lockdown arrangements.
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