Wednesday, April 1, 2015   

Longer paternity leave ruled out
(05-19 15:56)

The government says it has no plans to increase the current five days of paternity leave for its staff.
The Secretary for the Civil Service, Paul Tang Kwok-wai, was responding to questions by legislators about whether Hong Kong Kong might follow some other parts of the world where fathers get two weeks off. Mr Tang said such a move was not being considered. --RTHK   
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