|Tuesday||Jan-01||New Year's Day||Republic Day|
|Monday||Feb-04||Chinese New Year Eve||Day before 1st day of 1st lunar month|
|Tuesday||Feb-05||Chinese New Year||1st day of 1st lunar month|
|Wednesday||Feb-06||Chinese New Year Holiday|
|Thursday||Feb-07||Chinese New Year Holiday|
|Friday||Feb-08||Chinese New Year Holiday||Compensated by Saturday 19 January|
|Tuesday||Feb-19||Lantern Festival||15th Day of 1st lunar month|
|Thursday||Feb-28||Peace Memorial Day|
|Friday||Mar-01||Peace Memorial Day Holiday||Compensated by Saturday 23 February|
|Friday||Apr-05||Tomb Sweeping Day|
|Friday||Jun-07||Dragon Boat Festival||Tuen Ng Festival|
|Friday||Sep-13||Mid Autumn Festival|
|Monday||Oct-07||Double Ninth Day||Autumn Remembrance|
|Friday||Oct-11||National Day Holiday||Compensated by Saturday 5 October|
If a holiday falls on a Saturday, the preceding day will be a holiday.
If the holiday falls on a Sunday, the following day will be a holiday.
Alternative dates for the Lunar New Year holiday will always be taken after the holiday.
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The minimum wage is NT$23,100 monthly/NT$150 hourly from 1 January 2019.
Fulltime employment is considered 40 hours weekly, and 8 hours daily.
* There must be two rest days every 7 days. One is mandetory and the 2nd is flexible (employees may choose to work on the flexible day).
Working hours cannot exceed 12 in one da, and maximum overtime is 46 hours monthly.
Overtime is paid at:
* 134% for the 8th-10th hours (daily)
* 167% for the 10th-12th hours (daily)
Overtime on ""flex-day"" is paid at:
* 134% for first two hours
* 167% for 2nd-8th hours
* 267% for 8th-12th hours
Employers contribute 6% for Taiwaneese nationals, and 2%-15% for non-Taiwaneese. Employees contribute 4.2%.
Contributions are toward health insurance, and labor insurance. Employer contribution: 11.18% of workers wages
Employee contribution: 3.37% of wages
Employers must provide notice in accordance with length of employment:
* 3 months - 1 year: 10 days
* 1-3 years: 20 days
* Over 3 years: 30 days
Employees on non-fixed term contracts must apply the same period of notice as employers. For fixed term contractacts of 3 years or more, 30 day notice is required. Otherwise, under most circumstances, workers may not terminate.
The severance pay is calculated one-month salary for each year worked in the company.
Employees are entitlent to vacation in relation to their length of employment:
* 6 months - 1 year: 3 days leave
* 1-2 years: 7 days leave
* 2-3 years: 10 days leave
* 3-5 years: 14 days leave
* 5-10 years: 15 days leave
* One additional day is added for each year of service over 10 years (maximum 30 days).
They are allowed to 30 days per year for non-hospitalized sick leave, and up to one year of hospitalized sick leave (in a 2 year period).
Expecting mothers are entitled to 8 weeks leave paid at 100% rate unless the employee has worked at the company for less than 6 months, in which case the rate is lowered to 50%.
New fathers are entitled to 5 days of paternity leave.
No statutory regulations.
Salaries are paid on monthly for work done between the 1st and last day of the month. Payday is typically on the 15th of every month.
5% standard rate.
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