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54. When should the insured unit enroll its foreign workers in Labor Insurance? If it does not enroll its foreign workers in the insurance, what is the penalty or fine for it?

The insured unit shall enroll the foreign labor in labor insurance on the date the foreign labor arrives at his/her post, the effective dates of the insurance shall be from the zero hour of the dates when the application forms for enrolling insurance coverage reach the insurer or when they are mailed (date of mailing is in accordance with the post mark of the original sending post office). If the insured unit fails to enroll any one of their foreign employees on the date the employee arrives in his/her post, according to the regulations in Article 72 of Labor Insurance Act, will be fined a sum four times the insurance premium amount payable from employment date to insurance effective date and the insurance coverage becomes effective from the next day after the application. Should there is any loss caused by this to the employees should be compensated by the insured unit.

Last Update:2022-09-13