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Job fair to offer 4,200 vacancies

Job fair to offer 4,200 vacancies

The Labour Department will hold a job fair in Kowloon West from August 22 to 24, offering 4,200 vacancies.

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Occupational health advisors appointed

The Government has appointed Dr Alan Chan as Occupational Safety & Health Council Chairman and Chan Wing-on as Vice-chairman.

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Unemployment remains at 3.1%

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate stood at 3.1% in the May-to-July quarter, unchanged from the April-to-June period, the Census & Statistics Department says.

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CE presents scholarships

Chief Executive Carrie Lam has officiated at the Award Presentation Ceremony for the Hong Kong Scholarship for Excellence Scheme.

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Law Chi-kwong ends Cambodia visit

Secretary for Labour & Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong has concluded his Cambodia visit by visiting a training centre and a medical facility for prospective domestic helpers.

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Law Chi-kwong starts Cambodia visit

Secretary for Labour & Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong starts his visit programme in Cambodia.

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Company fined for wage breach

A company has been fined $54,000 by Kwun Tong Magistracy for wage offences.

 

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Law Chi-kwong to visit Cambodia

Secretary for Labour & Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong will visit Cambodia from August 9 to 11.

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Education Bureau probing school

The Education Bureau is helping Hing Tak School to improve its operation in the wake of media reports about its administration irregularities, Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says.

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Work safety talks to be held

The Labour Department will hold two public talks on occupational health.

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Degree subsidy to launch

The Non-means-tested Subsidy Scheme for Self-financing Undergraduate Studies in Hong Kong will include eligible full-time self-financing locally-accredited local and non-local undergraduate and top-up degree programmes from 15 institutions for the 2017-18 academic year.

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Mainland study subsidy launched

The Education Bureau is inviting local students to apply for a non-means-tested subsidy for Mainland university studies.

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Wide political spectrum helpful

A wider spectrum of political dimensions is an asset for the Government that helps with the implementation of policies, Secretary for Labour & Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong says.

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Kevin Yeung hails his aide

Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung says Choi Yuk-lin was his first choice when considering candidates for the post of Under Secretary for Education.

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Teacher study leave scheme opens

The Education Bureau has invited secondary school teachers to apply for a paid non-local study leave scheme for the 2017-18 school year.

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Study subsidy to launch

The Government will subsidise 2,776 students to pursue full-time local self-financing undergraduate programmes in selected disciplines in the 2018-19 academic year, to nurture talent to meet human resources demand and diversify study opportunities.

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Company fined for late pay

Fung Choi Printing has been fined for failing to pay $200,000 in wages and termination payments to two employees in time.

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Labour expo to be held

The Labour Department will host an exhibition on labour issues in Lam Tin on July 29 and 30.

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Tuen Mun job fair to be held

The Labour Department will hold a large-scale job fair at Tuen Mun Town Hall on July 28, offering 2,500 vacancies for middle-aged and elderly job seekers.

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Man fined for wage violations

The ex-director of JV Fitness has been fined more than $200,000 for wage offences and ordered to pay $370,000 in outstanding salaries.

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