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Expect An Increase Of Minimum Wage This Year Anew Per Taiwan Labor Minister


Recently the minimum wage have increased to NT$23,100 and according to Taiwan's Labor Minister Hsu Ming-chun the minimum wage still has its chances to further more increase even a current slowdown of economic growth, repoted by UDN.


Every August of the year an evaluation is held to review and take adjustments of the minimum wage. Discussions will be made between representatives from the government, industry bodies and labor unions. Salary increase takes effect on the first day of the following year.

Taiwan industry still calling not raise the current minimum wage, but still according to the labor minister that an minimum wage increase is still expected. Officials hopes that within a 5year range, Taiwan minimum wage will hit at NT$30,000.

There are still lot of factors to be discussed, Taiwan have taken the blow to the US-China trade war and the pressuring of China.
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2 comments:

  1. for factory worker lang yan sa mga caretaker and caregiver di kasali kaya wag na umasa ������

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  2. Haaaayyy bat di isali ang mga caretaker pare pareho lang nmn napapagod at sobra sobra pa sa oras buti pa mga taga factory 8hrs pag lumampas ot n nila yun eh paano naman mga caretaker napapagod din wala pang day off isipin nyo rin nmn minsan ang kapakanan namin pare pareho lang napapagod iba lang yung situation ng trabaho...

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