While legislations varies from country to country across the Asia Pacific region, businesses small and large, have an obligation to look after their employees and mitigate the risks their employees face while at work, traveling for business, or whilst secondment. This obligation is referred to as Duty of Care.
In this white paper developed by Chubb in Asia Pacific, learn about the region’s Duty of Care legal landscape in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.
Learn about the Asia Pacific region’s Duty of Care legal landscape and actual cases of employers who have breached their obligations.
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