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Hong Kongers invited to submit views on minimum wage review

The first-stage consultation will be open until 24 April.

The Minimum Wage Commission announced that it opened its first-stage consultation to collect public views on improving the review mechanism of the statutory minimum wage until 24 April.

The Chief Executive declared in his 2022 Policy Address that the commission would be invited to “evaluate how to enhance the review mechanism, including the review cycle, ways to improve efficiency, and balancing a host of factors such as the minimum wage level and sustained economic development.” 

The report on the study will be submitted by Halloween, 31 October 2023.

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After the first-stage consultation, the commission will analyse and collate the views received and will then undergo the second-stage consultation. The consultation document can be accessed online. 

People are welcome to submit their views by using an e-form, via email, by fax to 2110 3518 or by post to the commission at 1/F, Harbour Building, Central.

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