International school group tells staff to remain in Hong Kong after instances of employees ‘taking sick leave with intention of quitting city’


An international school group has required all its staff to remain in Hong Kong during term time after some of its employees were found to have obtained long-term sick leave with the intention of exiting the city.The requirement, unveiled by the English Schools Foundation (ESF) on Wednesday, came after the government’s decision to bring students’ summer holidays forward to March and April amid a surging wave of Covid-19 infections in the city. International schools, however, were allowed to…



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