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13. Because I have been physically unwell lately, I have applied for a month of sick leave. My employer told me that they are going to terminate my labor pension contribution because I will not be working for an entire month. Is this legal? What if I applied for unpaid sick leave? What will the difference be if I was involved in occupational accident?

  1. During their sick leave period, laborers are still employed by their respective business unit. The company should continue to contribute their labor pension and may not terminate such contribution. However, if the laborer applies for unpaid sick leave, then the company should apply for termination of labor pension contribution.
     
  2. In the event that a worker suffers from an occupational accident and cannot work during the medical treatment, the employer shall take the original wages and refer to the Table of Monthly Contribution Classification of Labor Pension to collect pension contributions.
Last Update:2019-08-06
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