Taiwan's Hiring outlook improves for Q1 2020: survey

The hiring outlook among local businesses improved for the first quarter of next year, according to the 1111 online job bank, as more and more Taiwanese companies operating overseas are investing at h...

Hacker posts personal data of 200,000 users of Taiwan job bank 1111 on US forum

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- A foreign hacker has gained access to the private data of 200,000 users of the Taiwanese job hunting website 1111 Job Bank and posted it to an American online forum. Accordi...

Taiwanese job agencies accused of 'illegally hiring' for Chinese companies

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) announced on Tuesday (April 23) that it is investigating the employment agencies 104 Job Bank and 1111 Job Bank for violating the law by post...

Taiwan companies to hand out 1.27 months of pay for year-end bonuses

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Companies in Taiwan will give an average year-end bonus of 1.27 months of pay for Lunar New Year, a 0.07 month drop from the previous year, according the results of survey by o...

46% of Taiwan companies to offer wage increases in 2019: survey

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – About 58 percent of businesses offered a wage increase to workers this year, and 46 percent are expecting to dish out pay increases next year, according to a recent survey...

60 percent of Taiwanese workers wait for 40 months to muster up the courage to ask for a pay raise

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – About 60 percent of salary workers in Taiwan will wait for 40 months before asking for a pay raise and 14 percent of respondents will demand an increase in wages by hintin...

30% of Taiwanese working fathers estranged from children: online survey

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – About 30 percent of Taiwanese working fathers have become alienated from their children due to long hours at work and a lack of interaction with children, according to a r...

Over 50% of Taiwan workers worried about losing jobs to AI: poll

More than 50 percent of employees in Taiwan are concerned about losing their jobs as a result of the development of artificial intelligence technology, according to a survey by 1111 job bank. The p...

48% of workers in Taiwan will still work on typhoon day: online survey

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – About 48 percent of workers in Taiwan will still go to work despite an official suspension of work and classes announced by the government due to a typhoon, according to a...

Internet celebrity 3rd most popular 'dream job' in Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Becoming an internet celebrity is now the third most popular "dream job" for Taiwanese workers, accord to a survey by 1111 Job Bank. When asked what their ideal jo...

76 percent of Taiwanese youth want to start their own business: survey

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) –1111 Job Bank's annual Youth Entrepreneurship Survey (布青年創業調查) found that 76 percent of Taiwanese youth want to, or currently have set up their own business, reported C...

40% of Taiwan's new college graduates willing to work overseas: poll

Taipei, June 10 (CNA) Nearly 40 percent of recent college or university graduates are willing to work abroad, with China, which has unveiled 31 measures to attract Taiwanese talent, being the most pop...

Taiwan's female workers expect prospective husbands to earn NT$51,872 at minimum: poll

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan’s female workers will not consider entering marriage if their prospective husbands earn less than NT$51,872 (US$1,730) and will not be willing to have babies ...

Taiwanese music video relates the suffering of the country's overworked laborers

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A Taiwan-based recording studio just released a music video on International Labor Day, inspired by the hardship of working long hours with low pay, that Taiwanese workers...

Taiwan has the 6th longest working hours in the world: survey

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A life is lost for every 12 days in Taiwan due to overwork, according to the latest survey published by 1111 Job Bank on April 30. The research about occupational hazar...