According to Paragraph 3, Article 3 of the Labor Standards Act, the Act shall apply to all forms of employee-employer relationships. However, this principle shall not apply, if the application of the Act would genuinely cause undue hardship to the business entities involved due to the factors relating to the types of management, the administration system and the characteristic of work involved and if it belongs to the business (or industries) or worker designated and publicly announced by the Central Competent Authority. Whether or not a business entity is applicable to the Labor Standards Act shall be in accordance with Article 3 of the Labor Standards Act and Article 3 of its Enforcement Rules, which is dependent on the business entity's main economic activity as categorized according to the Standards Business Classification of the R.O.C.
For any questions as to whether if business entities and its workers are applicable or not applicable to the Labor Standards Act, please use our website (www.mol.gov.tw) to search for related laws and regulations (e.g. the Law Source Retrieving System of Labor Laws and Regulations, labor news, and latest news), or describe your situation in detail and submit related evidence to the competent authority of labor affairs (the county/city government's labor affairs bureau or social welfare bureau) where the business entity is located.
- News From：Department of Standards and Equal Employment
- Publish Date：2015-06-17
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