A mother is launching a judicial review of the government’s mandatory live-in policy for domestic helpers. Photo: Fung Chang

Hong Kong government sued in High Court by domestic helper who says employer insisted she lived at workplace but refused to accommodate her baby

  • Mother challenges mandatory live-in policy, seeking declaration that helpers can stay outside workplace while on leave or holiday
  • Yvette Dingle Fernandez says her boss demanded she stayed on site during maternity leave – without her baby
Topic |   Foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong

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A mother is launching a judicial review of the government’s mandatory live-in policy for domestic helpers. Photo: Fung Chang
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