Day: August 14, 2020

Under China Labor Contract Law, a written employment contract is necessary to establish an employment relationship. However, a part-time employee, who works no more than 24 cumulative hours per week and four average hours per day, is subject to different requirements and might be employed under an oral contract. The law gives a one-month grace […]Continue reading

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The Hong Kong legal framework concerning privacy, data protection, and cybersecurity is consolidated under one piece of legislation, the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (PDPO). All organisations that collect, hold, process or use personal data must comply with the PDPO and in particular, the six data protection principles (DPPs) in Schedule 1 of the PDPO, which […]Continue reading

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