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10. How should employers insure their employees or withdraw their employees' insurance? Do employees need to be insured during their probation period?

  1. Labor insurance adopts a reporting system, in which employers shall complete insurance enrollment or withdraw form on the laborer's start date or date of resignation and submit it to the Bureau of Labor Insurance for processing. The insurance is effective starting from midnight of the day the insured unit sent or posted the insurance application form to the Bureau. The insurance is withdrawn starting from the 24th hour of the dates when the insured unit sent or posted the insurance withdrawal form to the Bureau. If sent via post, the day the form was posted shall be based on the postmark of the sending post office.
  2. The Labor Insurance Act does not specify that insurance enrollment is exempted during employee probation period. Therefore, employees under probation should still be insured on the day they arrive at work.

Last Update:2021-09-07