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冠狀病毒大流行期間您在工作場所的權利

如果您遇到COVID-19(又名冠狀病毒)症狀或被診斷出患有COVID-19(又名冠狀病毒),則您在工作場所享有權利。 可下載的概況介紹涉及以下領域:

  •  病假時間
  •  家人在一起的時間 
  •  強制隔離或推薦隔離 
  •  失去工作
  •  安全問題
  •  歧視 
  •  報復 
我們最近還編輯了與COVID-19工人權利,失業等相關的常見問題解答。 在這裡閱讀

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