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5. I am a part-time worker at a fast food restaurant. Does my employer have to contribute labor pension for me? Also, I am working part-time at three different fast food restaurants. Is it ok for just one of the employers to contribute to my pension, or would each of the employer need to contribute for me? How much would my employers need to contribute for me?

Regardless if you work part-time or full-time, as long as you are a laborer applicable to the Labor Standards Act (Taiwanese citizen, foreign spouse, spouse of Chinese, Hong Kong, or Macau nationality), you are a target of compulsory contribution in the new labor pension system, and your employer should contribute labor pension for you.

Last Update:2019-08-06