We hope our readers have had an enjoyable Easter break. As we all get back into the swing of work, our latest e-bulletin looks at some of the key developments across the region. Starting in the Philippines, we look at the move towards normalizing working from home, and the requirement to ensure the employees working flexible are granted the same benefits as office-based staff. Read more about that here. In Hong Kong we look at the recent decision of Pet Line Company v Wong Wei Hei which consider how employers can recover losses from delinquent employees. You can read the case summary here. Over in South Korea, moves continue to tackle workplace bullying and harassment with positive obligations to amend Work Rules to address these concerns. Read about the obligations here. Our compliance check this month reminds readers about their data protection obligations in China. Learn more about the requirements here. Finally, our Asia comparative article takes a look at the legal obligations on employers considering including probationary periods in employment contracts. You can access the comparison here.