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taiwan gouvernement is losing rules on foreign job seekers

Postby darkthought » 01 May 2012, 20:21

Well,

I'm following the forum since november last year, when i came with the setup a Rep office in Taiwan.
Unfortunally, the registration process was broken, and i miss the opportunity to post messages when I was in Taipei.

I was looking to incorporate in HK.
Since i managed to create a private in Hong kong by them self, but I'm sure that your comment will have been a greta assistance.

What's done is done, let see the futur.

So,
I often read a remaining question about the NTD 42000 minimum wage to pay as salary for foreign workers moving .

Seems it 's over:
Gouvernement is losing rules on foreign job seekers, lowering the nearly NT$48,000 minimum wage to about the same as entry-level salaries for Taiwanese university graduates."

Rep office director can now get a lower income and still be legit .
Am i correct ?

it's a fresh news :
http://focustaiwan.tw/ShowNews/WebNews_ ... &Type=aTOD

Glad to write my 1st post, here, with this news .

Your comments are welcome.

Btw,


E.
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Re: taiwan gouvernement is losing rules on foreign job seekers

Postby Feiren » 01 May 2012, 20:30

The article you linked is confusing.

They are discussing a proposed change. Don't do anything until you confirm that this has really become the law. Even if it comes through, I doubt it will be in place for at least 12 months.

Note that only graduates of the world's top 100 universities and Taiwanese universities will be eligible.

All of this is just releasing trial balloons at the moment. The proposal may be watered down further.





darkthought wrote:Well,

I'm following the forum since november last year, when i came with the setup a Rep office in Taiwan.
Unfortunally, the registration process was broken, and i miss the opportunity to post messages when I was in Taipei.

I was looking to incorporate in HK.
Since i managed to create a private in Hong kong by them self, but I'm sure that your comment will have been a greta assistance.

What's done is done, let see the futur.

So,
I often read a remaining question about the NTD 42000 minimum wage to pay as salary for foreign workers moving .

Seems it 's over:
Gouvernement is losing rules on foreign job seekers, lowering the nearly NT$48,000 minimum wage to about the same as entry-level salaries for Taiwanese university graduates."

Rep office director can now get a lower income and still be legit .
Am i correct ?

it's a fresh news :
http://focustaiwan.tw/ShowNews/WebNews_ ... &Type=aTOD

Glad to write my 1st post, here, with this news .

Your comments are welcome.

Btw,


E.
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Re: taiwan gouvernement is losing rules on foreign job seekers

Postby darkthought » 01 May 2012, 21:27

Right,

Hope the others will find more details in the following days.

Eric.
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