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Employment law around the Coronavirus outbreak

Labour & Employment

Outbreak of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) – Obligations and issues from an employment law perspective

We explore the rights and obligations of both employers and employees from an employment law perspective during the coronavirus outbreak.

03 March 2020

Age Discrimination in Employment – a new frontier for Hong Kong labour laws?

Hong Kong Workers in their 50s and 60s may, among other disadvantages, receive lower salaries than other workers in the same position.

21 March 2017

Competition Commission addresses employment contract concerns

The “Frequently Asked Questions” that provide insight into whether non-compete clauses in employment contracts breach competition law.

05 May 2016

UK Modern Slavery Act - seven things businesses in Asia need to know

The United Kingdom’s Modern Slavery Act is now in force. This article sets out seven things you need to know to protect your business.

20 January 2016

Employers beware of delay-related risk: English Court of Appeal holds that Contractor partially stopping work does not give Employer right to terminate a construction contract

Employers beware of delay-related risk: English Court of Appeal holds that Contractor partially stopping work does not give Employer right to terminate a construction contractRecently the English Court...

29 July 2013

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