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Remuneration and Benefits

Remuneration System

       TSC is a state-owned enterprise. Based on relevant regulations, the bonuses for employees are distributed at a reasonable rate depending on the unit performance and the employees’ contribution. In 2017, new recruits are recruited through the joint examination of state-owned businesses of the Ministry of Economic Affairs. The dispatched personnel are classified as rank 2 and level 1, with a starting salary of NTD 35,734. The self-employed personnel are classified as rank 4 and level 2, with a starting salary of NTD 23,389. The salary of new recruits is higher than the local (Taiwan) minimum wage. The ratio of basic salary and remuneration of women and men in the same department, seniority, position and rank is 1:1. The ratio of TSC’s highest annual personal income to the median annual income of all employees was 1.97. There was no increase in salary in 2017.


Welfare

       In addition to providing basic protection for employees, TSC has also established the “TSC Employee Welfare Committee” in accordance with the “Employee Welfare Fund Act” and “Organization Regulations on Employee Welfare Committee” in order to strengthen the implementation of employee welfare programs in the affiliated units. The Employee Welfare Committee consists of 1 chairman, 1 vice-chairman, 21 members and 1 director-general assisting the chairman in handling daily business affairs. In addition, the business, general affairs and accounting divisions are set up to handle the planning and implementation of employee welfare issues. A harmonious working environment is created by the perfect welfare system.


Nursery Benefits

       There is no difference regarding parental leave without pay due to gender, job titles and work areas. Both male and female employees can apply for parental leave without pay. In 2017, 4 employees (0 males and 4 females) applied for parental leave without pay and 5 was reinstated (2 males and 3 females). Two male employees applied for parental leave without pay in 2015 and 2016 respectively and one female employee will be reinstated in 2018. In 2017, both male and female retention rates were 100%.


Employee Welfare Committee

       In addition to providing basic protection for employees, TSC has also established the “TSC Employee Welfare Committee” in accordance with the “Employee Welfare Fund Act” and “Organization Regulations on Employee Welfare Committee” in order to strengthen the implementation of employee welfare programs in the affiliated units. The Employee Welfare Committee consists of 1 chairman, 1 vice-chairman, 21 members and 1 director-general assisting the chairman in handling daily business affairs. In addition, the business, general affairs and accounting divisions are set up to handle the planning and implementation of employee welfare issues. A harmonious working environment is created by perfect welfare system.

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