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Employment law in Hong Kong 香港僱傭法

Employment is a central focus of our business and we advise Hong Kong clients and multinationals of all sizes on their employment law needs.

Underpinning the success of any business is its people. Meeting the competitive challenges of today’s rapidly changing world can require a radical re-think of the employer/employee relationship, and co-ordinating globally mobile talent can present significant challenges. Nurturing diversity, incentivising key staff and protecting against team defections are all essential to business success.

Our team of lawyers in Hong Kong advises both businesses headquartered in and those with operations in Hong Kong on the full range of employment law matters including:

We also advise on multi-jurisdictional employment law projects.

You can view our latest four Hong Kong blog posts below and our full blog here.

 

 

僱傭法是我們的業務核心,根據本港客戶及各規模跨國企業的需求,為他們提供僱傭法相關建議。

員工是支持企業致勝的關鍵。今時今日,全球發展瞬息萬變,帶來不少競爭和挑戰,企業須徹底重新思考僱主與僱員的關係;而要協調全球流動的人才,可以是一項重大挑戰。培養多元文化、激勵關鍵員工和防止團隊成員轉投他主,都是令業務達至成功的要因。

我們的香港律師團隊為以本港為總部或於香港擁有業務的公司,提供與僱傭法相關的各方面建議,包括:

  • 日常人力資源支援
  • 僱傭文件
  • 解僱協議
  • 勞資審裁處之僱傭糾紛
  • 限制性條款
  • 業務經營轉讓
  • 架構重組
  • 員工福利及獎勵
  • 職場私隱
  • 向管理高層提供建議
  • 外派工作

我們亦就多司法轄區僱傭法項目提供建議

我們亦能夠提供有關各種不同僱傭法主題的培訓。請點擊這裡閱讀我們的單張。

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In the case of Breton Jean v. 香港麗翔公務航空有限公司 (Hk Bellawings Jet Limited) [2021] HKDC 46, the Court found that the employer had failed to provide rest days to the employee as they had been expected to have a degree of flexibility during their standby period.

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17 December 2021

In the case of Cosme De Net Co Ltd v Lam Kin Ming [2021] HKDC 445, the Court of First Instance upheld an employer’s decision to summarily dismiss an employee who ran a competing business in secret.

Hong Kong court confirms that a party cannot enforce a contract with a unilateral mistake which he/she knew or should have known did not reflect the other party’s intentions

17 December 2021

Zhang Qiang v Cisco Systems (HK) Ltd [2021] HKCFI 694 is a case that reminds employers of the importance of putting the right figure in a settlement agreement – especially when dealing with an uncooperative employee. In this case, although ending in the employer’s victory, a typo in the settlement agreement had led to a decade-long lawsuit.

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Hong Kong court confirms that the implied duty of mutual trust and confidence cannot be relied upon to recover damages for loss arising from the manner of dismissal

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In the case of Lam Siu Wai v Equal Opportunities Commission [2021] HKCFI 3092, the Court of First Instance held that the employer’s right to terminate in accordance with the terms of employment was not subject to the implied duty of mutual trust and confidence and so an employee could not rely on it to recover damages for loss arising from the manner of his or her dismissal.

Hong Kong court confirms that suspension from partial performance of duties is not the same as suspension from employment

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In the case of Lengler Werner v Hong Kong Express Airways Ltd [2021] HKCFI 1333, the Court of First Instance recently overturned a Labour Tribunal judgment and held that an employer’s statutory right to suspend an employee from employment under Section 11 of the Employment Ordinance only applied to a complete suspension from employment and not to a suspension from partial performance of duties.

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