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State-run Taiwan Water Corp. (TWC) is gearing up the construction of a modern employee training complex in Southern Taiwan to effectively boost the competencies of employees and upgrade the firm's overall service quality, according to company source.
A plurality of survey respondents found that the new workweek law had had little to no impact on their employment and salary, according to a Cathay Financial Holdings survey on the public's economic confidence.
As toll of new workweek rules becomes clear, Tsai's new minister may be ready to adjust course
Industry leaders on Sunday said Tsai Ing-wen had promised to make adjustments to her newly implemented labor bill, after it drew an enormous backlash from business owners.
Industries responded overwhelmingly negatively to the new labor law implemented last December, with almost half of the businesses seeking to raise prices, a survey released on Sunday indicated.
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Two government heads offer to resign
Two top government officials have asked to resign to take responsibility for last week's fatal bus crash, Political Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications Wang Kwo-tsai (王國材) confirmed on Sunday.
17 space shuttles, 1 swimming pool
As of the weekend, 140,000 birds have been culled in Taiwan due to the latest outbreak of bird flu. Numbers like these can be painfully abstract, so here they are in more down-to-earth terms:
No-kill policy won't tame our strays
"Imagine a reservoir. Water continues to stream in. There's a dam, but now it's totally sealed. That's the situation we're in."
Starbucks to raise prices starting Wednesday
Coffee retail giant Starbucks announced today it would raise its beverage prices in Taiwan starting Wednesday.
Do anti-glare screens and apps actually work?
Studies have shown that usage of devices like smartphones, tablets and computers close to bed time has been found to deplete the quality of sleep.
Gov't approval ratings see rare spike
Approval ratings for President Tsai Ing-wen and Premier Lin Chuan rose slightly in the month of February, according to a poll conducted by the pan-green leaning Taiwanese Public Opinion Foundation.
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