The Executive Yuan has approved a 12-point incentive programme aimed at raising the number of nurses nationwide by providing higher salaries and a sound environment to address an acute workforce shortage.
A new study finds that coronavirus has negatively impacted young people's willingness to join the labour force.
The Robert Walters Salary Survey 2022 was co-launched with the ECCT at a Premium Event lunch, which was followed by a press conference for the media
Finland and Sweden are now one step closer to becoming members of NATO after Turkey dropped its opposition to them joining the alliance, which has been taken in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Premier Su Tseng-chang says the Executive Yuan is introducing a new employee disaster insurance bill.
The digital Salary Survey 2023 was released by Robert Walters in cooperation with the ECCT at a Premium Event lunch.
Government officials said Thursday that a 4% salary raise for public employees that has been approved by the Executive Yuan will benefit around one million people
The European Commission has adopted a "Communication on Business Taxation for the 21st century" aimed at promoting "a robust, efficient and fair business tax system" in the European Union.
The ECCT released the 2023 Family Friendly Workplace Survey Report at a Premium Event lunch. Read the full event report.
The government is set to officially authorize private companies to purchase vaccines on its behalf.
A survey by parent groups in northern Taiwan shows that a majority are in favour of suspending in-person classes at schools from the junior-high level and below due to the on-going surge in domestic coronavirus cases
A search and rescue team deployed by Taiwan to earthquake-struck Turkey was welcomed back to Pingtung last night.
The job market in Taiwan is being driven by technology as the pace of digital transformation is accelerated across sectors in the wake of the pandemic, according to the first-ever fully digital Salary Survey 2021 by Robert Walters, co-launched together with the ECCT at a Premium Event lunch.
The Taiwanese military is participating in the government's ongoing efforts to provide post-disaster relief to Turkey.
The Cabinet has approved a draft amendment to the Income Tax Act aimed at curbing short-term real estate speculation.
Taiwan's cabinet has approved a proposal to allocate an additional NT$160 billion in funding for coronavirus relief and prevention.
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The first of two Taiwan search and rescue teams being sent to Turkey to help find those trapped in buildings damaged by Monday's magnitude 7.8 earthquake has arrived in the affected area
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