Producer ASE defends enforcing regulations that don’t practice to the wider neighborhood in Taiwan, drawing accusations of discrimination
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A big producer in Taiwan is forcing some migrant staff out of personal houses and again into shared lodging on the top of the island’s worst Covid-19 outbreak because the pandemic started, drawing accusations of discrimination and double requirements.
ASE, a semiconductor producer, instructed its staff within the Taoyuan district of Chungli, about 50km (30 miles) from capital Taipei, that those that reside independently in personal leases, will have to “transfer again to their dormitories straight away”, or be given “a significant demerit”. 3 such demerits are punishable through dismissal, the awareness says.