Taipei, Dec. 3 (CNA) Taiwan government officials indicated Thursday that an impeding revision of the country's rules on hiring foreign nationals will not affect the employment of Taiwan citizens, as the changes will be phased in slowly and the percentage of foreign job seekers will remain comparatively low.Read More
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THE TAIWAN government is working towards relaxing regulations on hiring white-collar foreign workers in Taiwan, said Labour Minister Chen Hsiung-wen on November 26.
Current requirements on minimum salary and at least two years' working experience overseas will be scrapped. The new regulations will be finalised at the earliest by the end of this year. The new regulations will p
A new smartphone app aimed at checking the validity of Alien Resident Cards (ARC) encourages discrimination, Taiwan International Workers Association (TIWA) activists said yesterday during a protest outside the National Immigration Agency (NIA) in Taipei.
Protesters shouted slogans calling for the app to be withdrawn and performed a skit in which a foreign worker was repeatedly &l Read More
Authorities in Nantou County’s Jhushan Township (竹山) arrested five runaway migrant workers who had taken temporary jobs in the area’s tea plantations and warned employers not to breach labor laws by hiring foreign nationals who do not have a valid work permit.
A patrol squad, headed by Yenping Precinct chief Chang Kung-wu (張功武), stopped three males and two females on a Read More