Labour Law in Hong Kong

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Kluwer Law International, 2010 - Law - 312 pages
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Contents

Introduction
17
2 Legal and Judical System
26
5 The Consultative System of Advisory Boards and Committees
32
2 Industrial Business Restructuring and Economic Diversification
42
4 Social and Cultural Values
52
The Political Status of Hong Kong
61
2 Individual Labour Law
67
4 Postwar Industrial Relations
73
4 Implications for Employment and Work
185
2 The Pre1997 Syndrome
191
Collective Labour Relations
197
10 Revision of Trade Union Legislation 1961
205
2 Trade Union Freedom and the State
212
Organization and Structure of the Trade Unions
220
the 1997 Syndrome
222
3 Political Division of the Labour Movement and Multiunionism
224

Abstention versus
81
The Language
90
2 The Individual Labour Contract
103
Rights and Duties of the Parties in the Course
112
Working Time Rest Days Annual Vacation
120
4 Short Holidays
126
Statutory Holiday Pay
127
Remuneration and Benefits
128
3 Manner and Place of Payment of Wages
129
4 Protection of Wages
130
Protection of Wages on Insolvency Fund
131
5 Wage Deduction
132
6 Vicarious Wage Liability in the Building and Construction Industry
133
7 Wage Informatiaon
134
The Suspension of the Individual Labour Contract
135
Employers Liability under the Employees Compensation Ordinance
136
Procedures
138
Vicarious Liability of the Principals
139
Relationship with Civil Liability at Common Law
141
4 Pregnancy and Maternity
145
The End of the Individual Labour Contract
151
Payment in Lieu of Notice
160
12 Severance Pay and Transfer of Ownership
169
2 Covenants in Restraint of Trade after Employment
172
5 Statute of Limitations
178
4 The Trade Union Centres and Their Renewal
225
Hong Kong and Kowloon Trades Union Council TUC
227
an Emerging New Paradigm?
229
Rival Trade Union Centres and Persisting Union Pluralism
234
7 Union Dues
237
8 Union Branches
238
9 Interunion Relationship
239
10 Trade Union Government and Leadership
240
Machinery of Union Government
241
RankandFile Union Membership
243
Union Activities
244
11 Legal Status of Trade Unions
245
Trade Union Rights and Obligations
246
Amalgamation
247
Federation
248
Union Affiliation Overseas
250
Individual Liability of Union Officers
251
Employers Associations
252
Institutionalized Workplace Relations between
259
4 Joint Industrial Committees
265
5 Minimum Wage
270
Industrial Conflict
277
3 Strikes and Security in the Individual Contract
284
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