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The payment standard for maternity benefits under the labor insurance program has been raised from 30 days’ pay to 60 days’, based on the average monthly insured salary. Benefits for multiple births are multiplied by the number of babies born.

To encourage female workers to have children, the amended Article 32 of the Labor Insurance Act became effective through the President’s announcement on May 30, 2014. Since that date, for any female worker who gives birth or has a preterm labor, the payment standard for maternity benefits has been raised from 30 days’ pay to 60 days’, based on her average monthly insured salary. Those who have multiple births will receive extra benefits depending on the number of children born. Based on the current maximum insurance salary of NT$43,900, the insured person can receive NT$87,800 for one child. Those who give birth to twins will receive 4 months’ pay, triplets 6 months’, and so on.

PreviousAnnouncement: The Payment Standard for the Newly Added Urine Test for Inorganic Arsenic on the Labor Insurance Occupational Disease Prevention Health Checkup List was effective as of January 1, 2014. NextAs from July 1, 2014, please report the monthly contribution wages of your employees according to the newly amended “Table of Monthly Contribution Wage Classification.”
Last Update:2014-06-25