I’m curious about the legality of requiring a photo as part of an application. Shouldn’t this be a violation of Taiwanese labor law that says no employer shall discriminate based on race, gender, appearance, creed, ect (I don’t remember the exact wording but it’s openly available in english on an official taiwanese government website). So wouldn’t requiring a photo in order to apply or be considered for an interview be a clear violation of this?
I tried to email the Taiwan Economic Office asking for clarification, but they never responded to me. If a teacher applies without a photo, then never gets a response or interview after finally sending one after the school asks, could this be considered discrimination? How would someone go about reporting it?
I’m just curious since anti discrimination is a part of the law