On 8 April, the Hong Kong Government allocated HKD 80 billion to an Employment Support Scheme (‘ESS’), under which eligible employers who commit to retaining staff shall receive wage subsidies. For more information about the ESS, you can find more details here.
While facing this unprecedented situation, employers should make sure (i) they apply for and obtain subsidies, when eligible, and (ii) they adopt legal-proof HR arrangements, complying with the HK Employment Ordinance, when necessary.
During this webinar, our experts will present the following:
– Eligibility criteria for the ESS;
– Application procedure for the ESS;
– Subsidies details for the ESS;
– Alternative HR arrangements complying with HK labour law.
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Graduated in 2000 in France (Nancy) in Master legal advisory (Diplôme de Juriste Conseil d’Entreprise – DJCE) and Tax and Business Law (DESS Droit des Affaires et Fiscalité). 20 years’ experienced in international tax advisory, wealth and estate planning, in France, Luxembourg and Hong Kong.
Anne de Roulhac
Graduated in 2007 in France (Paris – Sorbonne University) in international taxation and business law, and admitted to Paris Bar in 2011 as a French qualified lawyer. 9 years’ experience in corporate structuring, commercial agreements, and taxation, in France, mainland China and Hong Kong.