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  • Thousands march in Taipei for Labour Day rights

    Discover the key issues raised during the Labour Day march in Taipei, where 4,000 rallied for better labor rights, criticizing low wages and long hours. Learn about their demands for the incoming government.
    2024/05/01 17:44
  • Taichung bus drivers speak out on harsh working conditions

    Bus drivers in Taichung City met with the Transportation Bureau to express their concerns about long hours and lack of facilities. The drivers discussed their difficulties, including working 14 to 15 hours a day and not having enough time for breaks or restroom use. Democratic Progressive Party Taichung City Councilor Chang Fen-yu highlighted how poor labor conditions contribute to a shortage of drivers and hinder public transportation development. Taichung Transportation Bureau Director-General Yeh Chao-fu committed to improving conditions and compensation for drivers, including wage calculation, monitoring mechanisms, insurance, and vehicle maintenance.
    2024/01/18 18:28
  • TPP’s Ko calls for change in leadership

    Taipei mayoral candidate Ko Wen-je criticizes the lack of long-term vision and planning in economic policy by the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and Kuomintang (KMT). Despite a 120% increase in Taiwan’s GDP since 2000, real wages have only increased by 4% and the country ranks sixth in total working hours globally. Ko believes that low wages and poor living conditions are not the fault of Taiwanese people but rather the result of the government’s lack of global strategic planning. He questions what keyword might define 2024 if the DPP and KMT continue to be in power, and asserts that a change in leadership is needed. Ko suggests that he should be elected president in 2024 to address these ongoing issues, emphasizing the absence of comprehensive strategic planning as the underlying reason behind the problems.
    2023/12/26 18:18
  • Taiwan High Speed Rail to add 21 weekly services in 2024

    Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation (THSRC) will be adding 21 weekly train services, with 11 heading southbound and 10 going northbound, starting on January 3, 2024. This expansion plan will bring the total number of weekly train services to 1,060 for passengers. Tickets for these additional services can be purchased starting from midnight on December 6. The aim of this service enhancement is to improve the travel experience for passengers north of Taichung, especially during peak commute hours and tourist seasons. The additional train services primarily target business commuters during weekdays. THSRC has previously executed two "regular service increase" plans in July and October, raising the fixed weekly services from 1,016 to 1,025 and then further to 1,039. In addition, a "short-term service increase" plan was implemented in November and December. THSRC intends to monitor the outcomes of this short-term increase to guide future adjustments in long-term service offerings. This initiative reflects THSRC’s commitment to adapting its services to the evolving travel patterns and needs of the public, aiming for greater convenience and efficiency for its users.
    2023/12/04 20:37
  • Experts caution opening migrant workers to hotel sectors

    Taiwan’s tourism industry is facing a significant labor shortage, prompting the government to consider introducing migrant workers into the hospitality sector. However, no specific timeline has been set for this proposal. Scholars and citizens have expressed concerns about potential job displacement and the negative impact on wages for local workers. Calls have been made for more efficient solutions to alleviate employee workload, rather than solely relying on wage increases. Professor Cheng Chih-yu of National Chengchi University (NCCU) emphasized that even with higher wages, the demanding nature and long hours associated with hospitality work may not attract job seekers. Similarly, Associate Professor Hsin Ping-lung of National Taiwan University (NTU) noted that the labor shortage has intensified workload in the hospitality industry, yet it has not attracted more workers. Professor Cheng suggested a cautious approach to the introduction of migrant workers, considering it as a last resort after exhausting all other means to address the problem. He expressed concerns that if the policy is relaxed, companies may opt for cheaper foreign labor, leading to the displacement of local workers and wage suppression. Additionally, the labor market for older workers and women seeking a second career could be affected.
    2023/11/04 14:00
  • Prolonged wait times cause dissatisfaction at military event

    Taiwan’s armed forces organized a military experience event at Hsinchu Hukou military base, attracting over 110,000 participants. However, attendees faced long waiting times, with some waiting up to 3 hours for shuttle buses.
    2023/09/25 17:17
  • Long hours, stress, benefit woes drive public servant exodus

    Being a public servant has become less appealing for job seekers and even current employees for several reasons: prolonged working hours, increased work-related stress, and unattractive compensation plans.
    2023/08/28 19:29
  • Gig economy surges in Taiwan amid low pay, long work hours

    Taiwan’s regular wages dip due to rising inflation, leading to a surge in gig economy adoption. Workers opt for freelance roles to secure better pay and shorter hours. Learn how this trend impacts Taiwan’s labor landscape.
    2023/08/21 04:51
  • Taiwan’s nurses struggle with low pay and extended shifts

    Nurses in Taiwan have become one of the most overworked and underpaid occupations, leading to a significant decline in newcomers joining the field after the pandemic.
    2023/07/06 18:58
  • Long hours, poor pay contribute to shortage of nurses

    Enrollment rates in nursing schools are declining in Taiwan due to intense hours and high-pressure work environments. 
    2023/03/23 16:32
  • Taiwan workers forced to overwork as stagnant wages persist

    Long working hours and stagnant wages have long permeated in Taiwan’s society.
    2023/03/21 17:49
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