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Fill in the blank: According to Article 9 of the Labor Standards Law, A worker is one who is employed at an enterprise or office and receives _____ therefrom.”
“An increased wage for overtime work shall be paid at the rate of ___ or more.”
A worker may cancel his/her labor contract if:
the working conditions are too easy for the worker to handle
the working conditions are too difficult for the worker to handle
the working conditions stated in the contract differ from actual fact
the working conditions stated in the contract are the same as the actual fact
Wages can be paid…?
in full amount
at least once a month
all of the above
What Article is the Minimum Wages Act?
What does Article 32 state?
An employer shall not have a worker work more than 8 hours per day and 40 hours per week.
An employer shall provide workers with at least 45 minutes of rest periods during working hours.
An employer shall clearly indicate the wages, working hours, and other working conditions to a worker.
An employer shall provide workers with at least one day off per week or 4 days off in 4 weeks.
According to Article 35 of the Labor Standards Law, what does a “day off” mean?
a day that includes working duty to be done at home.
a day when employees are required to report for duty even though they don’t have to work.
a day that includes working duty, but only for a maximum of 4 hours.
a day that includes no working duty, as stipulated in the working contract.
How many days of paid leave is a worker granted to have?
5 working days
10 working days
14 working days
15 working days
Which of the following statements is correct about Article 56?
An employer may employ children under 15.
An employer cannot hire workers who are 20 years or younger.
Children can work within school hours.
Children under 13 years can work for film and/or stage production.
Fill in the blank: “Article 61 - An employer shall not employ minors, in principle, _____.”
at late night
during national holidays