2.00% - Up to 50,000
6.00% - 50,000 - 100,000
10.00% - 100,000 - 150,000
14.00% - 150,000 - 200,000
17 - Over 200,000
The minimum wage is HK$37.50 hourly
Paid Time Off
For the first 2 years employees are entitled to 7 days. Following, each year workers gain an extra day until reaching 14 days.
Employer is responsible for paying 80% of the regular employee wages to the sick employee after they have been out for 4 days. Employees accumulate 2 paid sick day per month during their first year of employment and 4 days per month after the first year
10 weeks at 80% rate
5 days of after childbirth
No specific regulations
There is no offical work hour maximim. The standard is 47 hours weekly.
VAT is 0%
Both the employee and the employer (when covered by the MPF system) each contribute 5% of the employee's relevant income to an MPF scheme, subject to minimum and maximum relevant income levels. Monthly relevant income (employer contribution): Less than $7,100 - relevant income x 5% $7,100 - $30,000 - relevant income x 5% More than $30,000 - $1,500. Monthly relevant income (employee contribution): Less than $7,100 - no contribution required $7,100 - $30,000 - relevant income x 5% More than $30,000 - $1,500
Both the employee and the employer (when covered by the mandatory provident fund system) contribute 5% of the employee's relevant income to an MPF scheme. Maximum contribution of 1,500 HDK monthly by each party.
Employees are paid on monthly basis. The wages must be no later 7 days after they are due. The due date is decided between the employer and employee.
One month notice. However, the employer can offer a payment in lieu of notice. The amount of the payment is the number of days in the notice period and multiplied by the average wage of the employee.
Advance notice is one month.
Typically refered to as long term service pay. The payment amount is decided by the Employment Ordinance. It is calculated by multiplying the employee’s last month’s wages (x2/3) and the period of employment in the company.