Compensation and Benefit
VIS provides competitive compensation and benefits to employees,
and strives to create a challenging, learning, and fun working
VIS is a high tech company where employees
can learn, develop, and grow continuously. We provide advanced
training systems as well as a dynamic and fun work place full
of new challenges. Are you ready to take the challenge and
demonstrate you capability and professionalism, and enjoy
the rich life in VIS.
Max. annual compensation can be reached to 16 months (Incl. annual/festival bonus)
transportation to and from Vanguard
offered to employees for special events such as birthdays,
childbirth, weddings, funerals, etc.
events held for employees who are single
rates on consumer loans and credit cards
style cafeteria rated number 1 in the science park with many
varieties of food to choose
with TV, refrigerator, microwave oven, air conditioning, washing
machine, telephone, and recreation center
Mountain Climbing Club, Softball Club, Badminton Club, Yoga Club
social activities: Year-end party, year-end dinner banquet,
Christmas party, company jogging contest, company sport events,
company fair, birthday party, etc.
Insurance Program and Medical Plans
Annual free physical examination for all employees
on special item examinations
physical examination for production line operators
Insurance/National Health Insurance
insurance program for employees and their family
promotion activities for employees such as pilates, aerobics,
The specific content and current state of implementation of the Company's retirement system is as follows:
Proportion and status of disbursements under the new and old retirement systems:
The monthly contribution rate for labor pension disbursements provided by the Company for applicable employees as stipulated under the Labor Pension Act is six percent (6%) of the employee's monthly wage or salary; under the old labor pension fund system, the contribution rate for disbursements is two percent (2%) of the employee's monthly wage or salary.
Procedures and Qualifications for Employee Retirement Applications:
The Company's standards for employee retirement are implemented in accordance with the following regulations:
An employee of the Company who meets any one of the following conditions may apply for voluntary retirement:
1.The employee has worked at the Company for 15 years or longer and is aged 55 or older.
2.The employee has worked at the Company for 25 years or longer.
3.The employee is aged 60 or older and has worked for 10 years or longer.
An employee of the Company who meets any one of the following conditions shall be subject to compulsory retirement:
1.The employee is aged 65 or older.
2.The employee is mentally or physically incapacitated such that he or she is unable to perform his or her work duties.
The Company may request the central competent authority to approve an adjustment to the age limit stipulated in Subparagraph 1 of the preceding paragraph if the specific job entails risk, requires substantial physical strength, or otherwise of a special nature, but the minimum age may be no lower than 55.
Except where otherwise stipulated in the Labor Pension Act or other law or regulation, the calculation method for pensions shall be handled in accordance with the regulations set forth under the Labor Standards Act.
When applying for retirement, an employee shall fill out a Retirement Application Form and submit it for review; applications shall not be effective until they have been reviewed and approved. If an employee's pension plan is governed by the old pension system, an application shall be submitted to the Pension Supervisory Committee for review, and the pension shall be disbursed to the employee within 30 days from the date of retirement. An employee whose pension plan is subject to the new labor pension system shall submit an application on his or her own behalf to the Bureau of Labor Insurance; If an employee becomes deceased prior to claiming his/her pension, the employee's survivor(s) or designated claimant(s) shall apply to the Bureau of Labor Insurance to claim the insurance benefits. Where an employee's pension plan was already subject to the retirement provisions set forth under the Labor Standards Act prior to promulgation of the Labor Pension Act, and where the employee continued to work at the Company after the foregoing provisions went into effect, and where the employee opted to remain bound by the pension system prescribed by the foregoing provisions, the employee shall retain the number of years of service he/she accumulated prior to being subject to the foregoing provisions, and he/she may continue to be subject to the retirement provisions stipulated under the Labor Standards Act.
Work Shift System
3 types of work hours according to work requirement:
Regular Shifts (Day Shift, Evening Shift, and Night Shift)