Minimum wage to be adjusted to NT$23,800 per month and NT$158 per hour starting January 1, 2020
The revised Labor Standards Act passed its third reading in the Legislative Yuan on January 10th, 2018, and will come into effect ...
Relaxed requirements for documentation required to prove that an employee lived together with an adopted child prior to adoption w...
Amendments to Enforcement Rules of Labor Standards Act Announced June 16, 2017
Announced the “Interpretative Directions Concerning How Wages and Working Days During Quarantine Leave and Disease Prevention Family Care Leave Are Not Counted in Average Wage Calculation,” which took effect from January 15, 2020.
Announced the Reassurance Employment Program to counter the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Taiwanese job market; to stabilize employment, the government provides subsidies to make up for differences due to reduction in wages and working hours; employees may receive a maximum monthly subsidy of NT$11,000 for 6 months at most.
In respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, MOL announced modified measures under "The Directions for Phoenix Micro Business Start-up Program" to ease the financial burden on the lenders and create job opportunities; The Directions extended their inclusion and allowed the lenders to suspend payment of loan interest and to extend the repayment period for one year.