[quote=“Yellow Cartman”]engerim, yes, Email counts as record because you can print it out and show as proof. This point came up at my current employer who was going through some redundancy plans and the employee said he wasn’t notified (he was verbally but no written or documented proof etc). Having to deal with this, I immediately knew the employer was in some problems now and yep, they were, the employee could report to the CLA that the employer failed to properly notify him (employee could say he didn’t get any notice and the employer wouldn’t be able to offer any proof other than, “we told him”). The employer had to “pay him off” with creative terms to avoid being dragged into a legal/administrative fight.
This is tough for the foreigner because the T&Cs of your ARC and employment is such that without an ARC, you have to leave the country much sooner than you can start enforcement proceedings.[/quote]
Is the work permit equal to the length of the ARC? Cause my contract is three years, my ARC is length of the passport Not to mention I never saw this “permit”. But I’m sure I’m legal cause I work for a Taiwan megacorp.
Well, in any case I won’t report them (hope that isn’t a crime here)? Cause I don’t want my scooter to be set on fire or chased by the local school mafia. Not to mention that I’m a foreigner
And the foreigners who are stupid enough to work for something like this and get kicked out… lets call it natural selection.