Ministry of Labor says on-call hours must be paid (2019/03/15)
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    Ministry of Labor says on-call hours must be paid (2019/03/15)

    Many employees in Taiwan, ranging from doctors to retail staff, are required to be on-call beyond their normal work hours. In the 35-year history of the Labor Standards Act, there have been no rules governing hours spent on-call, and that's led to a variety of labor disputes.

    The Ministry of Labor has announced that employees are entitled to be paid for all the time they spend on standby, whether or not they are in fact working. Labor officials say standby hours must be remunerated by at least $96 NT an hour, effective immediately. And starting on Jan. 1, 2022, standby hours must be counted as overtime hours and be paid accordingly.
    中文 Chinese  
    2022起值夜班全面納入工時 要給加班費


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