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Hong Kong hotel union blasts lack of Covid-19 unemployment aid, cites dirtier rooms, heavier workloads

Hong Kong’s hotel unions have slammed the city’s welfare minister over his refusal to set up an unemployment assistance fund and called for employers to reward staff whose jobs have been made more difficult by Covid-19 quarantines and staycations.The Hotels, Food and Beverage Employees Association on Tuesday joined the growing chorus of criticism of Secretary for Labour and Welfare Law Chi-kwong, who two days earlier insisted it would be very difficult to devise a fair payment system and…

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