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4.Will the employer be penalized for not having made the contribution on time? Will this affect the workers of the company?

  1. Pursuant to the regulations, the employer is subject to a penalty of NT$20,000 to NT$300,000. The Bureau of Labor Insurance will, on a monthly basis, send payment tracers to these employers by registered mail. The Information Center of the Ministry of Labor will, furthermore, produce disks containing the information of such overdue wages and distribute them to the relevant city (county) governments for their investigation and disposition. Major default cases will be referred to the court for forced execution on a regular basis.
  2. The worker is still entitled to receive wage payment from the Wage Arrears Payment Fund as long as his/her employer manages to settle the part of overdue contribution before the worker files the application for the overdue wages payment.
Last Update:2019-11-09