Work Permits, Employment Qualifications, Employer Problems
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All the jurists in Taiwan agree: a "contract" can be written or oral.
As for withholding part of the employee's salary until the end of the contract, hasn't that been going out of style recently? (I mean apart from legal considerations...)
- Newspaper Copyeditor (bàoshè biānjí)
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I work without contract. JFRV allows me to work. Company is really small. They do pay pension and things were registered when I started, had to see my ARC etc. Was really surprised a contract is optional here but my wife said it's common.
- Breakfast Store Laoban (zǎocān diàn lǎobǎn)
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