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Employers should keep three steps in mind if foreign workers are absent from work for three days

2020-06-29 09:40

 

According to Article 56 of the Employment Service Act, "should an employed foreign worker have been unjustifiably absent from his/her work and not in contact for three consecutive days or should the employment of a foreign worker be terminated, the employer shall make notification in writing that sets out relevant matters to the local competent authority(ies), the entry and exit administrative authority and the Police of such event within three days thereafter."

 

手牽手at Taipei  has sorted out three steps for employers:

1️. Ask for brokers' help as soon as possible

2. If an employed foreign worker is unjustifiably absent from his/her work and not in contact for three consecutive days, the employer should make notification in writing that sets out relevant matters to the local competent authority(ies), the entry and exit administrative authority and the Police of such event within three days thereafter.

3. Call the "1966 Long-term Care Service Hotline"

 

Also, employers whose foreign workers are absent from his or her work for more than 3 days have to report it to the authority to avoid fine up to NT$ 150,000.

 

 

 

Source: 手牽手 at TaipeI

(說明:Source: 手牽手 at TaipeI)

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