Breaks should be scheduled in hot workplaces: labor council
Taipei, July 10 (CNA) Employers should allow proper rest time for workers in high-temperature environments in order to protect them from heat hazards, the Council of Labor Affairs said Tuesday, warning that violators could face fines of up to NT150,000 (US$5,006).
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