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Dear Members and Affiliates,

華師話你知 - Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme

 

On 1 April 2021, the Labour Department (“LD”) announced that the Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme is open for applications from employers.

The statutory maternity leave (“ML”) under the Employment Ordinance (“EO”) (Cap. 57) has been extended from 10 weeks to 14 weeks effective from 11 December 2020. Through the scheme, employers can apply for reimbursement of the statutory maternity leave pay (“MLP”) paid to employees in respect of the 11th to 14th weeks, subject to a cap of $80,000 per employee. The LD has appointed a processing agent to assist with the implementation of the scheme.

 

Employers, after paying employees all of the statutory MLP according to the EO on the normal pay day, may directly submit online applications through the Reimbursement Easy Portal at www.rmlps.gov.hk. Employers may also download the application form from the portal or obtain it from the LD's Labour Relations Division offices (www.labour.gov.hk/eng/tele/lr1.htm ) or the scheme's service centre (address: Unit 204, 2/F, South Island Place, 8 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong), and return it by e-mail (enquiry@rmlps.hk), fax (2178 0328), or post/in person to the scheme's service centre.

 

For more details, please visit the “Reimbursement Easy Portal” at www.rmlps.gov.hk or call the service hotline of the RMLP Scheme at 2636 6353.

 

DISCLAIMER

All the information and materials provided on this email are intended to provide general information on the subject concerned and members are reminded that you use such information and materials entirely at your own risk. The Society of Chinese Accountants & Auditors (“SCAA”) gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or the completeness of the information and materials contained in this email. Under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable in any way for any claims, damages, losses, expenses, costs or liabilities whatsoever resulting or arising directly or indirectly from your reliance on the information and materials on this email. This e-mail also contains links to other internet sites. Such links are provided as an information service for our members. As SCAA has no control over third party sites, under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable for any content or material on such sites.

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Dear Members and Affiliates,

華師話你知 - Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme

 

On 1 April 2021, the Labour Department (“LD”) announced that the Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme is open for applications from employers.

The statutory maternity leave (“ML”) under the Employment Ordinance (“EO”) (Cap. 57) has been extended from 10 weeks to 14 weeks effective from 11 December 2020. Through the scheme, employers can apply for reimbursement of the statutory maternity leave pay (“MLP”) paid to employees in respect of the 11th to 14th weeks, subject to a cap of $80,000 per employee. The LD has appointed a processing agent to assist with the implementation of the scheme.

 

Employers, after paying employees all of the statutory MLP according to the EO on the normal pay day, may directly submit online applications through the Reimbursement Easy Portal at www.rmlps.gov.hk. Employers may also download the application form from the portal or obtain it from the LD's Labour Relations Division offices (www.labour.gov.hk/eng/tele/lr1.htm ) or the scheme's service centre (address: Unit 204, 2/F, South Island Place, 8 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong), and return it by e-mail (enquiry@rmlps.hk), fax (2178 0328), or post/in person to the scheme's service centre.

 

For more details, please visit the “Reimbursement Easy Portal” at www.rmlps.gov.hk or call the service hotline of the RMLP Scheme at 2636 6353.

 

DISCLAIMER

All the information and materials provided on this email are intended to provide general information on the subject concerned and members are reminded that you use such information and materials entirely at your own risk. The Society of Chinese Accountants & Auditors (“SCAA”) gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or the completeness of the information and materials contained in this email. Under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable in any way for any claims, damages, losses, expenses, costs or liabilities whatsoever resulting or arising directly or indirectly from your reliance on the information and materials on this email. This e-mail also contains links to other internet sites. Such links are provided as an information service for our members. As SCAA has no control over third party sites, under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable for any content or material on such sites.

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Dear Members and Affiliates,

华师话你知 - Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme

 

On 1 April 2021, the Labour Department (“LD”) announced that the Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme is open for applications from employers.

The statutory maternity leave (“ML”) under the Employment Ordinance (“EO”) (Cap. 57) has been extended from 10 weeks to 14 weeks effective from 11 December 2020. Through the scheme, employers can apply for reimbursement of the statutory maternity leave pay (“MLP”) paid to employees in respect of the 11th to 14th weeks, subject to a cap of $80,000 per employee. The LD has appointed a processing agent to assist with the implementation of the scheme.

 

Employers, after paying employees all of the statutory MLP according to the EO on the normal pay day, may directly submit online applications through the Reimbursement Easy Portal at www.rmlps.gov.hk. Employers may also download the application form from the portal or obtain it from the LD's Labour Relations Division offices (www.labour.gov.hk/eng/tele/lr1.htm ) or the scheme's service centre (address: Unit 204, 2/F, South Island Place, 8 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong), and return it by e-mail (enquiry@rmlps.hk), fax (2178 0328), or post/in person to the scheme's service centre.

 

For more details, please visit the “Reimbursement Easy Portal” at www.rmlps.gov.hk or call the service hotline of the RMLP Scheme at 2636 6353.

 

DISCLAIMER

All the information and materials provided on this email are intended to provide general information on the subject concerned and members are reminded that you use such information and materials entirely at your own risk. The Society of Chinese Accountants & Auditors (“SCAA”) gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or the completeness of the information and materials contained in this email. Under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable in any way for any claims, damages, losses, expenses, costs or liabilities whatsoever resulting or arising directly or indirectly from your reliance on the information and materials on this email. This e-mail also contains links to other internet sites. Such links are provided as an information service for our members. As SCAA has no control over third party sites, under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable for any content or material on such sites.

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Dear Members and Affiliates,

华师话你知 - Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme

 

On 1 April 2021, the Labour Department (“LD”) announced that the Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme is open for applications from employers.

The statutory maternity leave (“ML”) under the Employment Ordinance (“EO”) (Cap. 57) has been extended from 10 weeks to 14 weeks effective from 11 December 2020. Through the scheme, employers can apply for reimbursement of the statutory maternity leave pay (“MLP”) paid to employees in respect of the 11th to 14th weeks, subject to a cap of $80,000 per employee. The LD has appointed a processing agent to assist with the implementation of the scheme.

 

Employers, after paying employees all of the statutory MLP according to the EO on the normal pay day, may directly submit online applications through the Reimbursement Easy Portal at www.rmlps.gov.hk. Employers may also download the application form from the portal or obtain it from the LD's Labour Relations Division offices (www.labour.gov.hk/eng/tele/lr1.htm ) or the scheme's service centre (address: Unit 204, 2/F, South Island Place, 8 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong), and return it by e-mail (enquiry@rmlps.hk), fax (2178 0328), or post/in person to the scheme's service centre.

 

For more details, please visit the “Reimbursement Easy Portal” at www.rmlps.gov.hk or call the service hotline of the RMLP Scheme at 2636 6353.

 

DISCLAIMER

All the information and materials provided on this email are intended to provide general information on the subject concerned and members are reminded that you use such information and materials entirely at your own risk. The Society of Chinese Accountants & Auditors (“SCAA”) gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or the completeness of the information and materials contained in this email. Under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable in any way for any claims, damages, losses, expenses, costs or liabilities whatsoever resulting or arising directly or indirectly from your reliance on the information and materials on this email. This e-mail also contains links to other internet sites. Such links are provided as an information service for our members. As SCAA has no control over third party sites, under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable for any content or material on such sites.

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Dear Members and Affiliates,

華師話你知 - Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme

 

On 1 April 2021, the Labour Department (“LD”) announced that the Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme is open for applications from employers.

The statutory maternity leave (“ML”) under the Employment Ordinance (“EO”) (Cap. 57) has been extended from 10 weeks to 14 weeks effective from 11 December 2020. Through the scheme, employers can apply for reimbursement of the statutory maternity leave pay (“MLP”) paid to employees in respect of the 11th to 14th weeks, subject to a cap of $80,000 per employee. The LD has appointed a processing agent to assist with the implementation of the scheme.

 

Employers, after paying employees all of the statutory MLP according to the EO on the normal pay day, may directly submit online applications through the Reimbursement Easy Portal at www.rmlps.gov.hk. Employers may also download the application form from the portal or obtain it from the LD's Labour Relations Division offices (www.labour.gov.hk/eng/tele/lr1.htm ) or the scheme's service centre (address: Unit 204, 2/F, South Island Place, 8 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong), and return it by e-mail (enquiry@rmlps.hk), fax (2178 0328), or post/in person to the scheme's service centre.

 

For more details, please visit the “Reimbursement Easy Portal” at www.rmlps.gov.hk or call the service hotline of the RMLP Scheme at 2636 6353.

 

DISCLAIMER

All the information and materials provided on this email are intended to provide general information on the subject concerned and members are reminded that you use such information and materials entirely at your own risk. The Society of Chinese Accountants & Auditors (“SCAA”) gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or the completeness of the information and materials contained in this email. Under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable in any way for any claims, damages, losses, expenses, costs or liabilities whatsoever resulting or arising directly or indirectly from your reliance on the information and materials on this email. This e-mail also contains links to other internet sites. Such links are provided as an information service for our members. As SCAA has no control over third party sites, under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable for any content or material on such sites.

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Dear Members and Affiliates,

華師話你知 - Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme

 

On 1 April 2021, the Labour Department (“LD”) announced that the Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme is open for applications from employers.

The statutory maternity leave (“ML”) under the Employment Ordinance (“EO”) (Cap. 57) has been extended from 10 weeks to 14 weeks effective from 11 December 2020. Through the scheme, employers can apply for reimbursement of the statutory maternity leave pay (“MLP”) paid to employees in respect of the 11th to 14th weeks, subject to a cap of $80,000 per employee. The LD has appointed a processing agent to assist with the implementation of the scheme.

 

Employers, after paying employees all of the statutory MLP according to the EO on the normal pay day, may directly submit online applications through the Reimbursement Easy Portal at www.rmlps.gov.hk. Employers may also download the application form from the portal or obtain it from the LD's Labour Relations Division offices (www.labour.gov.hk/eng/tele/lr1.htm ) or the scheme's service centre (address: Unit 204, 2/F, South Island Place, 8 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong), and return it by e-mail (enquiry@rmlps.hk), fax (2178 0328), or post/in person to the scheme's service centre.

 

For more details, please visit the “Reimbursement Easy Portal” at www.rmlps.gov.hk or call the service hotline of the RMLP Scheme at 2636 6353.

 

DISCLAIMER

All the information and materials provided on this email are intended to provide general information on the subject concerned and members are reminded that you use such information and materials entirely at your own risk. The Society of Chinese Accountants & Auditors (“SCAA”) gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or the completeness of the information and materials contained in this email. Under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable in any way for any claims, damages, losses, expenses, costs or liabilities whatsoever resulting or arising directly or indirectly from your reliance on the information and materials on this email. This e-mail also contains links to other internet sites. Such links are provided as an information service for our members. As SCAA has no control over third party sites, under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable for any content or material on such sites.

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華師話你知 - Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme

Dear Members and Affiliates,

華師話你知 - Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme

 

On 1 April 2021, the Labour Department (“LD”) announced that the Reimbursement of Maternity Leave Pay Scheme is open for applications from employers.

The statutory maternity leave (“ML”) under the Employment Ordinance (“EO”) (Cap. 57) has been extended from 10 weeks to 14 weeks effective from 11 December 2020. Through the scheme, employers can apply for reimbursement of the statutory maternity leave pay (“MLP”) paid to employees in respect of the 11th to 14th weeks, subject to a cap of $80,000 per employee. The LD has appointed a processing agent to assist with the implementation of the scheme.

 

Employers, after paying employees all of the statutory MLP according to the EO on the normal pay day, may directly submit online applications through the Reimbursement Easy Portal at www.rmlps.gov.hk. Employers may also download the application form from the portal or obtain it from the LD's Labour Relations Division offices (www.labour.gov.hk/eng/tele/lr1.htm ) or the scheme's service centre (address: Unit 204, 2/F, South Island Place, 8 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Hong Kong), and return it by e-mail (enquiry@rmlps.hk), fax (2178 0328), or post/in person to the scheme's service centre.

 

For more details, please visit the “Reimbursement Easy Portal” at www.rmlps.gov.hk or call the service hotline of the RMLP Scheme at 2636 6353.

 

DISCLAIMER

All the information and materials provided on this email are intended to provide general information on the subject concerned and members are reminded that you use such information and materials entirely at your own risk. The Society of Chinese Accountants & Auditors (“SCAA”) gives no warranty and accepts no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or the completeness of the information and materials contained in this email. Under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable in any way for any claims, damages, losses, expenses, costs or liabilities whatsoever resulting or arising directly or indirectly from your reliance on the information and materials on this email. This e-mail also contains links to other internet sites. Such links are provided as an information service for our members. As SCAA has no control over third party sites, under no circumstances will SCAA be held responsible or liable for any content or material on such sites.