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In last year's forecast, the number of companies planning to hire full-time, permanent employees (35 percent) increased seven percentage points over 2010.
The bank also said that it had promoted 1000 staff members and has also offered an opportunity for 600 non-core staff members to become permanent employees of the company.
Last year the average basic monthly pay of Taiwan's permanent employees came to NT$35,620 or US$1,113.
The reason for this is that the laws now state that anyone who has worked continuously for the same employer for four or more years will become a permanent employee if they received another fixed term contract after July 10 2006.
The instructor, a long-term subsitute before recently being hired as a permanent employee, was home on medical leave, Office of Education officials said Monday.
With more than 230 private-sector tenants, it supports a workforce of 4,000 permanent employees and a temporary workforce ranging daily from 500 to 1,000 employees.
26, the board said temps or contract workers who are supplied by an outside staffing company "are jointly employed by the user employer and a supplier employer," so they do not have the same bargaining rights as permanent employees of the company where they work.
Former Boro TV presenter Bernie Slaven must wait for a tribunal to decide if he was a permanent employee of ntl.