What Labour Department guides are there for domestic helper employment?
Here are materials by the Hong Kong Labour Department and other government departments on the rights and obligations of employers and domestic helpers.
For both Domestic Helpers & Employers
- Foreign domestic helpers’ rights and protection under the Employment Ordinance: Chinese |English | Tagalog
- Important notes for foreign domestic helpers and their employers when using the service of employment agencies in Hong Kong: Chinese |English | Tagalog |
- The Do’s and Don’ts” leaflet for foreign domestic helpers, employers and employment agencies: Chinese | English | Tagalog
- Important Information for Employers and Employees on Compensation for Work Injuries and Occupational Diseases: Chinese | English | Tagalog
- Safety requirements for cleaning outward-facing windows: Chinese | English | Tagalog
For Domestic Helpers:
- Carefully select your Employment Agencies – Beware of employment traps: Chinese | English | Tagalog
- Leaflet on integrated family services: Chinese | English | Tagalog
- Leaflet on the crisis intervention and support services by Tung Wah Group of Hospitals CEASE Crisis Centre: English | Tagalog
- Points to note for employers on the employment of foreign domestic helpers: Chinese | English
- Tips for Employers of Foreign Domestic Helpers – The responsibilities of taking out employees’ compensation insurance and providing free medical treatment: Chinese | English
- Underpaying foreign domestic helpers is a serious offence: Chinese | English
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