Work Permits, Employment Qualifications, Employer Problems
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angry at my co and taiwans labor laws. there arent many co's based here - local or mnc that stray too far from the local laws when it comes to employee rights.
it is a happy time and those who know me know this and they know why I am particuarly naffed at not getting time off in this particular instance. surely I am allowed to vent?
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