Entries by AmCham Taiwan

Advice for Human Resources in Special Times

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have implemented remote working. This new work style has created ambiguity in the field of labor regulations. On April 7, AmCham Taipei’s Human Resources Committee hosted a webinar with two speakers with expertise in this area: Christine Chen, who heads Winkler Partners’ employment practice, and Heather Hsiao, […]

「台北市美國商會」(AmCham Taipei) 與「台灣美國商會」(TACC)並無關連

The American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei (台北市美國商會) has no relationship with the Taiwanese American Chamber of Commerce. It has no comment on any statement by TACC Chairman Neil Hare. 「台北市美國商會」(The American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei) 與「台灣美國商會」(Taiwanese American Chamber of Commerce)並無關連,本商會亦不便對該會會長海爾(Neil Hare)先生之言論多所評論。

The Novel Coronavirus & Business in Taiwan: What You Should Know

This article by legal experts will appear in the March issue of Taiwan Business TOPICS and is being posted online early because of its timely importance. BY JOHN EASTWOOD, HEATHER HSIAO, ALICE CHEN & DAVID ROSENTHAL The novel coronavirus or 2019-nCoV brings numerous potential and actual legal risks, ranging from the supply chain to human […]

Mayor Hou Welcomes Investment to New Taipei City

New Taipei City Mayor Hou Yu-ih on February 7 outlined his plans and vision for the city at an AmCham Taipei luncheon at the Grand Hyatt Taipei. Speaking in Mandarin, Hou encouraged AmCham member companies to invest in New Taipei, emphasizing that Taiwan’s most populous city in Taiwan has been developing an ever more sustainable […]