The Hong Kong Federation of Asian Domestic Workers Unions (FADWU) at press conference to urge the government to specify arrangements for domestic helpers whose employers undergo home quarantine. Photo: Fiona Sun The Hong Kong Federation of Asian Domestic Workers Unions (FADWU) at press conference to urge the government to specify arrangements for domestic helpers whose employers undergo home quarantine. Photo: Fiona Sun
The Hong Kong Federation of Asian Domestic Workers Unions (FADWU) at press conference to urge the government to specify arrangements for domestic helpers whose employers undergo home quarantine. Photo: Fiona Sun
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Treat helpers fairly as we stand united

  • With domestic workers feeling the pressure from measures brought in to fight the coronavirus outbreak, employers should remember their responsibilities

The Hong Kong Federation of Asian Domestic Workers Unions (FADWU) at press conference to urge the government to specify arrangements for domestic helpers whose employers undergo home quarantine. Photo: Fiona Sun The Hong Kong Federation of Asian Domestic Workers Unions (FADWU) at press conference to urge the government to specify arrangements for domestic helpers whose employers undergo home quarantine. Photo: Fiona Sun
The Hong Kong Federation of Asian Domestic Workers Unions (FADWU) at press conference to urge the government to specify arrangements for domestic helpers whose employers undergo home quarantine. Photo: Fiona Sun
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