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Annual leave for local staff

Postby AWOL » 24 Nov 2006, 11:02

Hi

I have trawled the CLA site but I cant find the appropriate reg that discusses annual leave entitlements. Trying to get my head round company policy and I would just like the regs to back it up. I think it is the Labor Standard Law, but I cant locate that online either. Help... please...
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Postby sandman » 24 Nov 2006, 13:01

ARAIK it's nothing in the first year, seven days in the second year and an additional day each year after that until 15 days. Something like that, at least.
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Postby miso » 24 Nov 2006, 16:42

It's 10 days officially the first year!
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Postby sandman » 24 Nov 2006, 16:45

miso wrote:It's 10 days officially the first year!

My god! When did that happen? Are you including national holidays? I have never heard of this before. Neither has the Taiwanese girl sitting beside me. She's in her first year here and gets nothing except national holidays, which she says is normal.
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Postby Big Fluffy Matthew » 24 Nov 2006, 16:49

It didn't happen, it's zero days the first year. Remember a well rested and motivated workforce is detrimental to the economy.
Er.... thingy.
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Postby Buttercup » 24 Nov 2006, 16:52

Any working hours after lunch. This is MSN/online shopping/on the 'phone to your mates about your bf time.
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Postby Feiren » 24 Nov 2006, 16:56

Labor Standards Act (Chinese)

Article 38 is what you are looking for:

第 38 條

勞工在同一雇主或事業單位,繼續工作滿一定期間者,每年應依左列規定
給予特別休假:
一 一年以上三年未滿者七日。
二 三年以上五年未滿者十日。
三 五年以上十年未滿者十四日。
四 十年以上者,每一年加給一日,加至三十日為止。



< 1 year = 0
1...3 years = 7 days
3...5 years = 10 days
5...10 years = 14 days
> 10 years = 14 days + 1 day for every year above 10.
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Postby irishstu » 24 Nov 2006, 17:01

Feiren wrote:Labor Standards Act (Chinese)

Article 38 is what you are looking for:

第 38 條

勞工在同一雇主或事業單位,繼續工作滿一定期間者,每年應依左列規定
給予特別休假:
一 一年以上三年未滿者七日。
二 三年以上五年未滿者十日。
三 五年以上十年未滿者十四日。
四 十年以上者,每一年加給一日,加至三十日為止。



< 1 year = 0
1...3 years = 7 days
3...5 years = 10 days
5...10 years = 14 days
> 10 years = 10 days + 1 day for every year above 10.


Brilliant! I'm going to stay at this company for 365 years, then I'll get paid for doing nothing! Stupid eejits never notice THAT little loophole, did they?
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Postby Big Fluffy Matthew » 24 Nov 2006, 17:07

irishstu wrote:Brilliant! I'm going to stay at this company for 365 years, then I'll get paid for doing nothing! Stupid eejits never notice THAT little loophole, did they?
They did, you just didn't read all the squiggly bits, smelly.
Er.... thingy.
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Postby Feiren » 24 Nov 2006, 17:09

Sorry to burst your bubble. It maxes out at 30 days.
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