Employment Law

 

LexisNexis' employment law service provides comprehensive coverage of the law governing the conditions of employment in Hong Kong. It supports employment lawyers with up-to-date guidance on employment legislation and cases, and expert commentary from renowned authors.


Content includes relevant cases, legislation, commentary and precedents on both contentious and non-contentious employment matters, including the Employment Ordinance (Cap 57), Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap 486), Mandatory Provident Fund Scheme Ordinance (Cap 485), Sex Discrimination Ordinance (Cap 480), and many others. There is also comprehensive coverage of employment procedure and issues. Our content ranges from highly practical, workflow-based commentary and precedents to highly specialised textbooks and looseleaf works.

Legal Research

Print Publications

Browse our LexisNexis Online Store for more information on our full collection of print publications published in collaboration with esteemed legal practitioners. You may also browse the following pages for featured print publications that specifically cover employment law:

 

Available on Print

 

- Anti-Discrimination

- Employment Law

Looseleaf Publications

Hong Kong Employment Law Manual

 

Available on Print, Lexis Advance® Hong Kong & Lexis Red™

 

Hong Kong Employment Ordinance: An Annotated Guide

 

Available on Print, Lexis Advance® Hong Kong & Lexis Red™

Practical Guidance

Hong Kong Employment

Covers all aspects of the employment relationship from before to the end of employment, as well as employee rights and disputes specifically relating to employment.

 

Available on Lexis Advance® Hong Kong

 

- Recruitment
- Starting employment
- Pay, benefits and taxation
- Discrimination
- Protected rights in employment
- Managing the employment relationship
- Employee competition and confidentiality
- Ending employment
- Handling employment disputes
- Data protection in employment
- Trade unions
- Cross-border employment
- International employment law guides
- International guides on executive compensation & employee benefits

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