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55. If the employer fails to enroll his/her foreign employees in labor insurance coverage according to Labor Insurance Act and the employees suffer from occupational inquiries, is there any penalty or fine for it?

An employer who doesn’t arrange for his/her foreign employees to participate in labor insurance as required by the laws and the foreign employees are involved in an occupation accident, according to the regulations in Occupational Accident Labor Protection Act, the employer will be fined an amount equivalent to four to ten times of the due insurance premium payments from the first day of employment until the day of the accident. Regulations on penalties referred to in Paragraph 1 of Article 72 of Labor Insurance Act do not apply here. However, if the worker exposed to an occupational accident either dies or has a permanent physically handicap which qualifies for level one to level ten provisions on the labor insurance benefit standard table, the employer will be fined an amount equivalent to compensation paid to the worker.

Last Update:2022-09-13