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2013年12月 第16期 台灣勞工簡訊
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專題報導:行政院勞工委員會 鼓勵企業推動「工作與生活平衡」,共創勞資雙贏
全球化時代,企業及個人都面對激烈的競爭與挑戰,在產業結構與家庭型態變遷的趨勢下,企業為維持競爭力,需要有穩定及創意的勞動力,才能突破創新、獲取利潤。因而唯有創造正向支持的工作環境,照顧員工及其家庭,重視員工的職涯規畫與自我實現,使員工「工作與生活平衡」
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新聞瞭望二:國際技職訓練研習會-德、澳、韓國技職探討與經驗交流
失業浪潮正席捲全球的年輕世代,為因應這項影響深遠的危機,協助年輕一代跨入就業市場,解決國內產學落差問題,行政院勞委會職業訓練局今(102)年9月24至25日在臺北科技大學舉辦為期一天半的國際技職研討會,期望國人藉由對德國、韓國、澳洲等國創新職訓作法有所暸解,拓展國際視野及激發創新思維,並透過國際講者與國內各階層及青年學子之間的對話,發揮知識互動的研討效果。
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專題報導:行政院勞工委員會 鼓勵企業推動「工作與生活平衡」,共創勞資雙贏
全球化時代,企業及個人都面對激烈的競爭與挑戰,在產業結構與家庭型態變遷的趨勢下,企業為維持競爭力,需要有穩定及創意的勞動力,才能突破創新、獲取利潤。因而唯有創造正向支持的工作環境,照顧員工及其家庭,重視員工的職涯規畫與自我實現,使員工「工作與生活平衡」 ...檔案下載
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政策法規一:行政院勞工委員會為提升青年專業技術能力,推動「明師高徒計畫」
行政院勞工委員會職業訓練局為協助青年就業,依其不同階段整合政府資源與企業合作,已辦理相關職業訓練措施包括:補助大專校院辦理就業學程計畫、雙軌訓練旗艦計畫、產學訓合作訓練、青年就業旗艦計畫及青年就業讚計畫等,期以縮短學用落差並改善結構性失業問題。 ...檔案下載
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政策法規二:行政院勞工委員會開辦「跨域就業津貼」,協助失業勞工跨域就業
行政院勞工委員會(以下簡稱勞委會)為解決區域性缺工問題,及減低失業勞工異地就業的障礙,協助其儘速重回勞動市場就業,於102年10月18日開始推動「跨域就業津貼」措施,以增進求職求才供需平衡。 ...檔案下載
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政策法規三:自明103年1月1日起,每小時基本工資調整至115元;自103年7月1日起,每月基本工資調整至19,273元
基本工資主要是在保障勞工基本生活。依勞動基準法第21條規定,工資由勞雇雙方共同議定,但不得低於基本工資。基本工資是由中央主管機關(行政院勞工委員會)設基本工資審議委員會擬訂後,報請行政院核定。為保障勞工基本生活並維持購買力,勞委會未來仍將持續檢討基本工資,以維持勞工基本生活。 ...檔案下載
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政策法規四:指定法律服務業僱用之律師自103年4月1日起適用勞動基準法
勞委會依據勞動基準法第3條第3項規定,針對目前尚未適用勞動基準法各業及工作者進行擴大適用檢討。 ...檔案下載
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新聞瞭望一:啟動職能基準應用平臺建置,引進國際職能導向課程交流
近年來,隨著全球化的風行以及新興工業國家的崛起,臺灣產業面臨更為激烈的國際競爭,促使我國產業結構逐漸轉型,從以前的代工生產朝向高附加價值的方向發展,因此各產業無不積極進行創新活動,追求提升價值鏈兩端(研發設計、品牌通路)的附加價值,因此對於人才需求更為殷切。 ...檔案下載
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新聞瞭望二:國際技職訓練研習會-德、澳、韓國技職探討與經驗交流
失業浪潮正席捲全球的年輕世代,為因應這項影響深遠的危機,協助年輕一代跨入就業市場,解決國內產學落差問題,行政院勞委會職業訓練局今(102)年9月24至25日在臺北科技大學舉辦為期一天半的國際技職研討會,期望國人藉由對德國、韓國、澳洲等國創新職訓作法有所暸解,拓展國際視野及激發創新思維,並透過國際講者與國內各階層及青年學子之間的對話,發揮知識互動的研討效果。 ...檔案下載
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新聞瞭望三:行政院勞工委員會邀請專家學者檢視我國「保護所有移工及其家庭成員權利國際公約」
我國政府於2012年首次提出《兩公約》國家報告,並於今年(102)年初召開初次報告的國際審查會議,邀請10位國際人權專家來臺評估我國政府是否切實履行兩公約的義務。國際獨立專家通過的結論性意見與建議第11點,建議我國政府啟動必要的準備程序以便及早接受《保護所有移工及其家庭成員權利國際公約》的義務。 ...檔案下載
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新聞瞭望四:布吉納法索青年暨就業部長迪亞拉率團訪華,促進台布合作
西非友邦布吉納法索青年暨就業部部長狄亞拉(S.E.M. Basga Emile DIALLA)率領該部職訓總司長巴奇歐諾(M. Ambroise BAKYONO)、研究暨統計總司長藍卡尼(M. Hugues Christian LINGANI)及「協助職訓暨實習基金」總協調人陶蕾女士(Mme Lucie TRAORE) 於11月10日至14日訪華。 ...檔案下載
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Quarterly Focus:The Council of Labor Affairs encourages enterprises to promote work-life balance for a win-win situation for workers and management
In today’s era of globalization, both enterprises and individuals are faced with intense competition and challenges. With changes in industrial and family structures, enterprises must have a stable and creative labor force in order to maintain competitiveness; only then can they blaze new trails and gain profit. Therefore, only by creating a supportive work environment, looking after employee and their families… ...File Download
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Pollcles and Regulatlons 1:The Council of Labor Affairs will enact a Mentoring Program to increase technical skill among young people
In order to assist young people in finding employment, the Bureau of Employment and Vocational Training, Council of Labor Affairs, Executive Yuan, integrates government resources and cooperating with the private sector in different stages to implement relevant employment training measures. These include Subsidizing Colleges for Sponsoring Placement Courses, Dual Track Vocational Training Project, Industry-Academy-Training Center Co-op Program, Youth Placement Flag-ship Program, Guidelines for Youth Employment Subsidy and others. This will serve to curtail the gap between education and required skills and to alleviate the problem of structural unemployment. ...File Download
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Pollcles and Regulatlons 2:The Council of Labor Affairs launches a cross-sector employment allowance to help unemployed workers to find employment in other sectors
In order to counter the problem of regional lack of jobs, lower the barriers for unemployed workers to find work in other areas and to help them get back to work as quickly as possible, the Council of Labor Affairs of the Executive Yuan (CLA) launched the “Cross-sector Employment Allowance” program on October 18, 2013, to help to restore the balance between those seeking and offering employment. ...File Download
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Pollcles and Regulatlons 3:Minimum hourly wage will be increased to NT$115 from January 1, 2014;Monthly minimum wage will be increased to NT$19,273 from July 1, 2014
The purpose of the minimum wage is to protect the basic livelihood of workers. Article 21 of Labor Standards Act stipulates the amount of remuneration should be determined through negotiations between employer and employee, but must exceed the minimum wage. The minimum wage is set by the Minimum Wage Commission established by the central competent body, the Council of Labor Affairs (CLA) and then approved by the Executive Yuan. In order to ensure a basic standard of living and to maintain purchasing power of workers, the CLA will continue to examine the minimum wage and adjust it accordingly. ...File Download
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Pollcles and Regulatlons 4:Beginning April 1, 2014, the Labor Standards Act(LSA) shall apply to lawyers working in the legal services industry
In accordance with Paragraph 3, Article 3 of the Labor Standards Act (LSA), the Council of Labor Affairs (CLA) discussed the relaxation of the law to accommodate workers in all fields not yet covered by the act. ...File Download
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News Outlook 1:The launch of iCAP; international Competency-based Program(CBP) exchange
In recent years, with the spread of globalization and the rise of new industrial nations, industries in Taiwan has faced fiercer international competition, spurring changes in industry structure, moving from subcontracted production to high added value. Consequently every industry has been pursuing innovation activities and raise both ends of the value chain (such as R & D end and brand channel end). The demand for talents has therefore become even more intense. ...File Download
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News Outlook 2:International Technical Skills Training Seminar-Participants from Germany, Australia and South Korea discuss and share technical skills experience
A tidal wave of unemployment is currently sweeping the world’s younger generation. In order to respond to this profound crisis and help the younger generation enter the job market, while simultaneously resolving the differences between what is learned in schools and what is needed by the industry, the Bureau of Employment and Vocational Training (BEVT) held a one and a half day International Technical Skills Training Seminar at National Taipei University of Technology on September 24-25, 2013. It was hoped that Taiwanese participants could expand their international horizons and stimulate innovative thinking through hearing about innovative training methods used in Germany, South Korea, Australia and other countries. Through discussions between international speakers, young scholars and Taiwanese participants from various professional strata carried out exchange of knowledge. ...File Download
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News Outlook 3:The council of Labor Affairs invited experts to examine Taiwan’s compliance with the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families
In 2012, the Taiwan government presented their initial country report on Taiwan’s compliance with “the Two Covenants”, and this year (2013) convened a first international meeting to review the report. Ten international human rights experts were invited to Taiwan to evaluate whether the Taiwan government had fulfilled their obligations under the covenants. In Point 11 of their concluding observations and recommendations, independent international experts suggested that the Taiwan government should launch the necessary preparatory procedures for ratification of the International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families so as to implement this convention(ICRMW) at the earliest possible moment. ...File Download
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News Outlook 4:Burkina Faso’s Minister for Youth & Employment leads a delegation on a visit to Taiwan to promote cooperation
S.E.M. Basga Emile Dialla, Minister for Youth & Employment for the ROC’s West African diplomatic ally Burkina Faso, led a delegation comprising of the ministry’s General Director of Training, M. Ambroise Bakyono, General Director of Research & Statistics, M. Hugues Christian Lingani, and the head coordinator of Fondation Lucie Kabore Traore (LKT,) Mme Lucie Traore, to Taiwan from November 10 to 14, 2013. ...File Download
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