kaikai34 wrote:I use to work for a school that had a strange way of deducting money. They would divide the amount of money earned in one month by the number of days in a month. Not working days, but actual days. So if my salary was 60k a month and I took a day off in a month with 30 days, I would lose 2000, but only 1935 in months with 31 days. But when I took 2 weeks off to go home, I would be deducted 16 days instead of the 10 actual working days.
Yeah, we have the same thing. For contracts, is not that Taiwanese law always supersedes any clause in a contract? Otherwise couldn't employers get away with paying far less than the minimum wage, for example, if the contract allowed it?