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21. When a laborer inquires the balance in one's individual labor pension account and finds that the company did not contribute labor pension for several months, how would the Bureau of Labor Insurance handle this situation? How will the laborers' rights and interests be protected?

If an employer fails to contribute within the time limit, a penalty at 3% of the overdue contribution shall be imposed on a daily basis, up to a total of 100% of additional fees, for the period from the date immediately following the date of expiration of the time limit till the date immediately preceding the settlement date. If the employer fails to contribute within the time limit and does not pay even after the deadline, the Bureau will transfer such case to the Administrative Enforcement Agency for execution. If the contribution is received after the execution, it shall be distributed to the laborer's individual labor pension account to ensure that the laborer's rights and interests are protected.

Last Update:2019-08-06
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