Workers in Hong Kong put in about 55 hours per week on average in 2018, according to the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions. Photo: Fung ChangWorkers in Hong Kong put in about 55 hours per week on average in 2018, according to the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions. Photo: Fung Chang
Workers in Hong Kong put in about 55 hours per week on average in 2018, according to the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions. Photo: Fung Chang

What’s making Hong Kong employees frustrated at work? New survey reveals the top complaints

  • Long working hours are the main complaint among Hong Kong employees, according to inaugural survey by law firm Deacons
  • Grouse reinforces a long-standing labour condition where city workers clock in more hours than peers in any 70 other major cities

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
Workers in Hong Kong put in about 55 hours per week on average in 2018, according to the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions. Photo: Fung ChangWorkers in Hong Kong put in about 55 hours per week on average in 2018, according to the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions. Photo: Fung Chang
Workers in Hong Kong put in about 55 hours per week on average in 2018, according to the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions. Photo: Fung Chang
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