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11. Could public agencies (include public authorities, public schools and public hospitals) use combined application form from the BLI’s website to conduct Labor Insurance and National Health Insurance enrollment and labor pension contribution?

When new staff members report for duty, the public agencies should fill out “Labor Pension Contribution Report Form” separately besides the “Labor Insurance, National Health Insurance 2 in 1 Enrollment Form”. It is because the compulsory contribution targets under new labor pension system are very different to the personnel enrolled in labor insurance in public agencies. (for example: contracted personnel enrolled in labor insurance but they are not applicable to Labor Standards Act so they are not the compulsory contribution targets under new labor pension system). Hence, public agencies shall not use “Labor Insurance, National Health Insurance and Labor Pension 3 in 1 Enrollment Form” to report labor pension contribution.

Note: After those personnel contribute Labor Pension, if they left the job or wage is adjusted, a “Labor Insurance, National Health Insurance and Labor Pension 3 in 1 Form” could be used to conduct Labor Insurance and National Health Insurance withdrawal and Labor Pension termination or insurance salary (contribution wage) adjustment.
 

Last Update:2019-08-06
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