A woman pulls styrofoam boxes at a back alley in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
A woman pulls styrofoam boxes at a back alley in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
Lynn Lee
Opinion

Opinion

Lynn Lee

Can Hong Kong employers help low-income workers have a life worth living?

  • With the coronavirus pandemic worsening inequality and poverty, governments and businesses should help workers attain a living wage
  • A Singapore study shows the challenges in determining a household budget for a basic standard of living that ‘enables a sense of belonging [and] respect’ – but it’s no excuse for inaction

A woman pulls styrofoam boxes at a back alley in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
A woman pulls styrofoam boxes at a back alley in Hong Kong. Photo: AFP
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