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Employment Ordinance

Employment Ordinance is a useful tool to safeguard employees. As an employee, you should have a sense about the Ordinance, and beware of the terms under an employment contract.

Indeed, all employee (excepts four situations) is covered by the Employment Ordinance, and entitled to the basic protection, for examples, payment of wages, granting of statutory holidays, etc.

Under the Employment Ordinance, there is clear definition of Wages, Rest Days, Holidays and Leaves, Sickness Allowance, End of Year Payment. There are remedial actions for employees when they face unreasonable treatment, for examples, unfair and unlawful dismissal, and unreasonable variation of contract terms, etc., so that they can perform their job under an anti-discrimination environment.

For details, please go to http://www.labour.gov.hk


Working Arrangement

In times of poor weather condition, for examples, typhoons and rainstorms, there will be special working arrangement for the candidates according to the Labour Department. Candidates should pay highly attention in time of typhoon signal No.8 or above as well as Black Rainstorm Warning.

When Typhoon Signal No.8 or above /
Black Rainstorm Warning is in force…

Before normal working hours…

Candidates (excepted essential staff) are not required
to report for duty as usual

Essential staff should inform their manager for their working arrangement, and notice if they have difficulties in reporting for duty


During normal working hours…

Typhoon signal No.8 or above -

Candidates (excepted essential staff) should be released,
to home or other safe place such as company

Black Rainstorm Warning -

Supervisor should arrange the outdoor workers to stop working and take shelter as soon as possible


Before the starting of working hours and
is cancelled 3 hours or more before the end of working hours…

Candidates should return to work within 2 hours after the cancellation of the signal, and if they have any difficulties in reporting for duty, they have to inform their manager


Before the starting of working hours and is cancelled less than 3 hours before the end of working hours…

Candidates (excepted essential staff) are not required to report for duty as usual


(Still in force) By the end of working hour…

Essential staff should stay in a safe place

For details, please go to http://www.labour.gov.hk