New Hong Kong laws push firms to review paternity pay policies
Law firms in Hong Kong are facing an overhaul of their paternity leave policies following a move to force all private companies in the region to provide employees with at least three days' paid leave. The government proposals, endorsed by the Hong Kong Labour Advisory Board last month, will see men paid at least 80% of their salaries for the paternity leave period.
Bakers, Shearman and Clydes among firms set to overhaul rules
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