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1. If I choose to apply to new labor pension system, will my seniority in the old pension system be written off? May I ask my employer to pay off the retirement payment in old system? Can my employer refuse to pay off?

The seniority in the old pension system will not be written off. If you choose to apply to the new labor pension system, your seniority in the old system before applying to new system should be retained. If you meet the qualifications for retirement pension or severance pay regulated in the Labor Standards Act, your employer shall issue the retirement pension of severance pay for the seniority retained from old system. Consent of both parties is required to settle the retirement payment in old system, so your employer does not have to agree.

Last Update:2019-08-06