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यह पोर्टल, हांगकांग में विदेशी घरेलू सहायकों (एफडीएच) को रोजगार से संबंधित जानकारी प्रदान करता है, जिसमें एफडीएच के आयात पर नीति के, साथ एफडीएच को भर्ती के लिए श्रम कानून और मानक रोजगार अनुबंध के तहत एफडीएच के अधिकारों और दायित्वों पर प्रकाशन और प्रचार सामग्री शामिल है| एफडीएच और उनके नियोक्ता दोनों को एक अनुबंध में प्रवेश करने से पहले या रोजगार के दौरान इस वेबसाइट के साथ-साथ प्रासंगिक सामग्रियों को पढ़ने के लिए प्रोत्साहित किया जाता है।

हालांकि यह हांगकांग विशेष प्रशासनिक क्षेत्र सरकार द्वारा एक आवश्यक नहीं है कि नियोक्ता भर्ती के लिए एफडीएच को, या एफडीएच रोजगार के लिए, रोजगार एजेंसियों (ईए) के माध्यम से रोजगार प्राप्त करे, यह एक बहुत ही सामान्य चैनल है जिसके माध्यम से हांगकांग लोग एफडीएच को रोजगार देते हैं। एफडीएच के संबंधित घरेलू देशों में भी ऐसी आवश्यकता हो सकती है और ये सभी देशों में भिन्न हो सकती है। ईएएस की सेवा का उपयोग करते समय एफडीएच और नियोक्ता को कुछ बाते का ध्यान रखने के लिए "आकर्षक रोजगार एजेंसियां" अनुभाग को पढ़ने के लिए प्रोत्साहित किया जाता है। हांगकांग में वैध लाइसेंस वाले ईए की पहचान करने के लिए वे पृष्ठ में खोज इंजन का उपयोग भी कर सकते हैं।

एफडीएच के रोजगार के आवेदन के लिए पात्रता मानदंड और प्रक्रियाओं से संबंधित मामलों के लिए, कृपया आप्रवासन विभाग की वेबसाइट पर जाएं।

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Labour Department launched a “Thankful Week for Families with Foreign Domestic Helpers”

The Labour Department (LD) launched a “Thankful Week for Families with Foreign Domestic Helpers” (FDHs) to promote mutual respect and harmonious relationships between FDHs and their employers. FDHs and employers of each family are invited to jointly record a short video clip of 20 to 30 seconds to express gratitude and appreciation for each other, and to share tips on building a harmonious relationship with mutual respect and care. They can submit the short video clip links to LD's event webpage till 11 June 2023. LD will give out 12 000 Ocean Park admission tickets to 3 000 participating households. Please click here for details.

Labour Department to hold briefing on employment of foreign domestic helpers

The Labour Department will hold a briefing on the employment of foreign domestic helpers (FDHs) on 28 June 2023 (Wednesday) at 2:45 pm at the Lecture Theatre of the Hong Kong Central Library. The employment rights and obligations of employers of FDHs will be introduced. A representative from the Equal Opportunities Commission is also invited to share the best practices on how to create an inclusive workplace for FDHs. The briefing will be conducted in Cantonese and admission is free. Employers of FDHs are welcome to attend. Please click here for details.

Labour Department highly concerned about the safety of foreign domestic helpers when cleaning outward-facing windows 

The Labour Department (LD) is highly concerned about the fatal accident that happened earlier on when a foreign domestic helper (FDH) was cleaning an outward-facing window. LD reminds employers that the following two conditions must be complied with before requiring an FDH to clean the outside of any window which is not located on the ground level or adjacent to a balcony (on which it must be reasonably safe for the helper to work) or common corridor:

1. the window being cleaned is fitted with a grille which is locked or secured in a manner that prevents the grille from being opened; and

2. no part of the FDH’s body extends beyond the window ledge except the arms.

The above requirement is clearly stated in the Standard Employment Contract for FDHs which should be complied with by employers and FDHs. If an employer requests an FDH to clean outward-facing windows in breach of the contract, the FDH should refuse such request. FDHs can also seek assistance from LD through the dedicated FDH hotline at 2157 9537.

LD appeals to any member of the public who has witnessed an FDH performing duties in an unsafe situation (e.g. work or stand at height without safety support) or in face of immediate danger to report the matter to the Police immediately.

Increase of Statutory Holidays

Starting from 2022, the Birthday of the Buddha has been a newly added statutory holiday under the Employment Ordinance. For details, please visit: