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The Council hereby interprets Article 57-2 of the Employment Service Act commands that the employer shall not assign expatriates to work for others off the employment application.
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2015-10-14

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Ordinance
Council of Labor Affiars, Executive Yuan
Issuing Date: February 6, 2014
Issuing Number: No. 1030504482

The Council hereby interprets Article 57-2 of the Employment Service Act commands that the employer shall not assign expatriates to work for others off the employment application. For short-term private educational institutions, the signing of employment contract with individuals or other institutions (excluding short-term educational institutions, kindergartens, schools, and after-school childcare centers) and assigning expatriates to provide services in other locations will be eligible if such an act can be deemed as exercising the employment contract and as part of the work as indicated in the applications. Such assignment can hardly be considered in violation of Article 57-2 of the Employment Service Act.

The ordinance number 0930057689 shall be ceased to apply with immediate effect.

Pan Shih-wei
Minister