Taiwan is in desperate need of labor reform

Recent news about universities tricking students into menial labor/exploiting them for financial gain.

This coupled with anecdotal evidence by many people here about corrupt and illegal business practices, the abysmal treatment of migrant workers (in many cases Crossing into the threshold of forced labor) points to a dire need for labor reform in the country.

Do you think it’s possible? What needs to happen before taiwanese people see real change/reform?

Edit: sorry I put it in the wrong Forum at first

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Many years …And the realisation they need immigrants not slave workers.

This keeps happening all the time. Never changes. We dont need more laws, we just need basic enforcement. The slavery that goes on in (or rather, because of) universities is fucking infuriating sometimes.