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4. If a retired laborer has claimed old-age benefits and then is hired again to a job, whether the employer should contribute labor pension for the employee? When can he/she claim the labor pension?

When you retire, what you claim from the Bureau is Labor Insurance Old-Age Benefits, not Labor Pension. The old-age benefits and labor pension are different social security schemes and make double protection. As long as the laborer (including Taiwanese citizens; foreign spouses; spouses from mainland, Hong Kong, or Macau; and permanent resident foreigners) could apply to Labor Standards Act and be hired again, even though the labor has retired and claimed old-age benefits, the employer should contribute labor pension for the employee according to regulations. Once laborer reaches the age of 60, he/she may apply to the BLI to claim the labor pension.

Last Update:2019-08-06
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