Pedestrians struggle with their umbrellas as storm Higos closes in on Hong Kong. Photo: Winson WongPedestrians struggle with their umbrellas as storm Higos closes in on Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
Pedestrians struggle with their umbrellas as storm Higos closes in on Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong

Do Hong Kong's work-from-home employees get a day off when typhoon signal No 8 is in force?

  • The warning signal has long been seen as an official approval for workers to stop work and go home
  • But there are no official guidelines yet on whether employees working from home should continue to do so amid the raised alert

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Pedestrians struggle with their umbrellas as storm Higos closes in on Hong Kong. Photo: Winson WongPedestrians struggle with their umbrellas as storm Higos closes in on Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
Pedestrians struggle with their umbrellas as storm Higos closes in on Hong Kong. Photo: Winson Wong
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