A worker washes dishes in a restaurant in Sham Shui Po. A government committee report recommends that working hours be standardised only for low-income employees. Photo: Dickson Lee A worker washes dishes in a restaurant in Sham Shui Po. A government committee report recommends that working hours be standardised only for low-income employees. Photo: Dickson Lee
A worker washes dishes in a restaurant in Sham Shui Po. A government committee report recommends that working hours be standardised only for low-income employees. Photo: Dickson Lee

Standardise working hours for Hong Kong’s low-income employees only, committee suggests

Report from Standard Working Hours Committee slammed by unions, who had proposed 44-hour work week

A worker washes dishes in a restaurant in Sham Shui Po. A government committee report recommends that working hours be standardised only for low-income employees. Photo: Dickson Lee A worker washes dishes in a restaurant in Sham Shui Po. A government committee report recommends that working hours be standardised only for low-income employees. Photo: Dickson Lee
A worker washes dishes in a restaurant in Sham Shui Po. A government committee report recommends that working hours be standardised only for low-income employees. Photo: Dickson Lee
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