The cost of labor represents at least 50-60% of the total cost base for most companies.
In this post, we have listed a few brief Q and A’s for the support that is provided in the following countries: France, Germany, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Spain, China, Taiwan and the USA.
The good news is that nowadays you do not need to invest in a big global HCM solution to consolidated all your employee data in one central platform and to derive valuable insights from the data.
The Hong Kong Government has just announced that applications for the Second Tranche of the ESS Wage will open on 31 August, updates below:
The Hong Kong government extends the special work arrangements, HR updates below:
The announcement says that the legislation will ensure that employees are also paid at their normal salary for ‘statutory notice periods’ and this raises the argument again about whether this will include contractual notice which exceeds statutory.
Another week and further updates both on the track and trace and furlough which you may find useful in your planning and decision making in relation to return to work for your employees.
The Government has extended the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme until October 2020. Extending the scheme in its current form until July will provide workers, businesses and the economy with clarity on this vital support.
The Government has now published further information on the practical workings of the â€œEmployment Support Schemeâ€(ESS) as a way to support Hong Kong companies during Covid-19.
The scheme will enable employers with fewer than 250 employees to claim coronavirus related Statutory Sick Pay (SSP). If we have full agent authorisation we will be able to make claims for you.