Over 80% of office workers said they believed the Quintuple Stimulus Voucher will increase the chance of finding a part-time job
Migrant workers have taken to the streets of Taipei to call for an end to the labour brokerage system.
The Taichung District Prosecutors' Office has indicted four people involved in a labour brokerage company on charges of exploiting migrant workers through wage manipulation.
A national security source says recent social media posts which claim the government is planning to allow 100,000 Indian migrant workers into Taiwan is part of China's cognitive warfare.
The National Development Council has revised regulations on work, residence and tax concessions designed to attract foreign professionals to live and work and Taiwan
The government says the number of "make-up" work days is being cut to just one next year, while the number of long weekends will be reduced to four from this year's seven.
The Ministry of Labor (MOL) says it plans to loosen the criteria for the employment of migrant workers.
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Ministry of Labor (MOL) minister Hsu Ming-chun is denying recent reports that the government is seeking to open the island's hotel industry to overseas migrant workers.
The ECCT arranged a special tour of IKEAs sustainable office and hosted a panel discussion on the practical and legal issues that need to be addressed to ensure continued productivity under a hybrid working model
GNSS.asia arranged an EU-Taiwan online workshop on GNSS for unmanned traffic management.
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The cabinet has approved a proposal by the Ministry of Labor to provide a pathway to permanent residency for migrant workers and foreign students
The Ministry of Labor (MOL) says more than 13,300 work permits have been issued to foreign semi-skilled workers since the introduction of a new migrant labour retention scheme.
The Ministry of Labor (MOL) says a new "one-stop service" aimed at newly arrivingmigrant domestic workers will be launched at the start of next year
The Central Epidemic Command Center is indefinitely suspending entry to all Indonesian migrant workers amid concerns Jakarta is unable to improve the accuracy of its coronavirus test results.
Minister of Labor Minister Hsu Ming-chun says the first group of Indonesian migrant workers to be allowed to enter Taiwan since an entry ban was lifted could arrive as early as tomorrow
Taiwan's front-line workers are getting ready for the first wave of AstraZeneca vaccines.
Vice President Lai Ching-te is stressing that Taiwan is a "sovereign, independent country" and he has no plans to pursue formal independence.
Taiwan is considering lifting its entry ban on overseas workers amid a labour shortage
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs says a three-day workshop on governmental efforts to combat corruption is scheduled to taking place in Taipei this week.
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The Ministry of Labor's (MOL) Workforce Development Agency says talks are ongoing to open Taiwan up to migrant workers from India.
The ECCT's Human Resources committee hosted a half day forum on the topic: "Labour law and labour force challenges in the hybrid working era"
Taiwan's Minister of Labour Hsu Ming-chun says officials from Taiwan and Indonesia are scheduled to hold a fresh round of talks later this month in a bid to resolve a dispute over Jakarta's pending policy on placement fees for its migrant workers.
A government survey has found that the number of Taiwanese nationals working in China fell for the eighth consecutive year in 2021.
The Ministry of Labour has announced that the period of time for which workers who take unpaid leave can claim financial relief has been increased from 12 to 24 months.
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The ECCT's Technology committee hosted a webinar on the subject of "Working From Home - Best practice and how to prepare your business" featuring host and presenter Thomas Kuiper, General Manager of Gandi.net.
The Ministry of Labour says it is considering lifting the entry ban on migrant workers to address the ongoing labour shortage
Clarins Taiwan prepared more than 1,100 caring sets for Taiwan's heroic healthcare professionals, showing our gratitude and also demonstrating positive energy during the unprecedented time.
The Ministry of Labor (MOL) has launched a service center dedicated to the retention of skilled migrant workers.
The Central Epidemic Command Center(CECC) is urging essential workers in certain government-regulated industries to get a second coronavirus vaccine shot before 17 December
The ECCT's Low Carbon Initiative (LCI) jointly arranged the second in a series of workshops with Taiwan Power Company (TPC) on the topic: "Advanced hydrogen technologies & applications".
The government says it will provide a one-time grant of NT$10,000 to people not enrolled in social insurance plans as well as to farmers and fishermen who have not qualified for other forms of financial aid.
The government says slow growth of Taiwan's workforce in 2020 can be attributed to the coronavirus pandemic and the country's low fertility rate.
In the post #Metoo era, there is zero tolerance for sexual harassment and growing expectations for safe and diverse workplaces.
Chunghwa Telecom (CHT) is said to be collaborating with UK-based OneWeb to launch a low-earth orbit (LEO) satellite network for Taiwan.
The Ministry of Labor is ready to allow more migrant workers into Taiwan this month
Spokesperson for the Central Epidemic Command Center Zhuang Ren-xiang said it will announce adjustments to the country's vaccination priority list for long-term care facility workers within the next few days.
The ECCT's Low Carbon Initiative arranged the third in its series of joint workshops with Taiwan Power Company (TPC) on the topics of offshore wind, smart grids, infrastructure, and turbine technology
The Workforce Development Agency under the Ministry of Labor (MOL) says migrant workers close to reaching the maximum 12 or 14-year stay in Taiwan can now have their employers apply for a one-year work permit extension on their behalf