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The COVID-19 disease is regularly imposing changes on the world.
Mayer Brown
Many employers in Hong Kong have had to implement work-from-home (WFH) arrangements for their employees.
Mayer Brown
The COVID-19 disease is regularly forcing changes on the world. One of them is likely to be the wish by an employer to be able to ensure that its employees are free of the disease.
lus Laboris
Hong Kong introduced a universal free Covid-19 testing programme on 1 September 2020. This article considers its implications for employers and employees.
Gall
One of the changes brought about by Covid-19 is a shift in work practices particularly in relation to working from home.
Clyde & Co
The numbers of occupational fatalities in Hong Kong have remained at a high level in recent years.
Clyde & Co
From 1 August, the official guidance to work at home if you can, will change.
lus Laboris
Pre-2020, when there was no Covid-19 and employees generally worked in offices, factories, shops, etc. and not from home, the issuing of a Typhoon Warning Signal No. 8
Mayer Brown
Angela SY Yim, Partner, and Phoebe MC Fok, Senior Associate, Mayer Brown, evaluate recent amendments to health and safety regulations in Hong Kong, and suggest a number of practical measures to prioritise workplace safety.
Mayer Brown
An employee who recovers from COVID-19 (Recovered Employee) and seeks to return to work can bring about a range of issues and risks for the employer. Questions that may arise include:
ZBA
India commands the largest share of the world's shipbreaking industry but has justifiably been criticised for environmental degradation and lax compliance towards worker safety and health issues
Clyde & Co
Tuesday (5th May 2020) marked the 100th day since the first COVID-19 case in Hong Kong. Over the last few weeks, the number of locally transmitted infections has dropped significantly.
Khurana and Khurana
At the very outset, TikTok reportedly censors materials globally which is deemed politically sensitive to the Chinese Communist Party, including content related to the recent Hong Kong...
Withers LLP
As the COVID-19 situation stabilises in parts of Asia, employers are planning to get employees to return to the workplace. As an employer, you need to consider how this can be done safely whilst meeting business needs.
Gall
Working from home has become increasingly popular in the wake of Covid-19 (coronavirus).
Gall
Working from home has become increasingly popular in the wake of Covid-19 (coronavirus). This article examines the legal implications of working from home.
Mayer Brown
Amid the current outbreak of Covid-19 and as authorities ramp up preparations to handle possible contagion, so too must employers. Hong Kong is no stranger to handling virus outbreaks.
Withers LLP
To tackle the COVID-19 outbreak, the Hong Kong government has laid out a series of policies and recommendations aimed at reducing traffic and face-to-face communication within Hong Kong or ...
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Mayer Brown
As global jurisdictions begin to ease lockdown arrangements, employers face a new reality, one in which businesses must transform and evolve to adapt to the economic and worksite challenges...
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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