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Chapter 5-3 Outreach agricultural job
Article 19-9
Employers who belongs to farmers associations, fishing associations, or cooperatives associated with agriculture, forestry, fishery and animal husbandry industries or a non-profit organization, and who hire foreigners to engage in outreach agricultural job as prescribed in Subparagraph 5 of Article 4, may apply for the initial recruitment permit of foreigners.
The place specified in the service contract for foreigners to engage in outreach agricultural jobs shall be a site where the industries of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, or fish farming is actually performed.
Employers who have applied for the employment of foreign workers for any of the following jobs are not allowed to apply for the outreach agricultural jobs:
1. Oceanic marine fishing jobs.
2. Manufacturing jobs.
3. Slaughter work.
4. Agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, or fish farming jobs.
Article 19-10
Employers referred to in Paragraph 1 of the preceding Article shall report their plans for the outreach agricultural service to the Central Competent Au-thorities for Business Objectives.
The plan for the outreach agricultural service referred to in the preceding par-agraph shall include the following items:
1. Employer’s qualification certificate documents.
2. Planning relating to service offer, fee-charging items and amounts and the contract template.
3. Planning for agricultural manpower deployment and supervision and edu-cational training mechanism.
4. Other data with regard to outreach agricultural service.
After the outreach agricultural service plan being ratified by the Central Competent Authorities for Business Objectives, the employer shall follow the content of the ratified outreach agricultural nursing a service plan to carry out the details.
The number of foreign workers hired by an employer referred to in the pre-ceding Article for outreach agricultural job shall not exceed the average num-ber of people participating in the same labor insurance certificate number of domestic workers in the year prior to the two months preceding the month in which the employer applies for the same labor insurance certificate number.
Article 19-11
The Central Competent Authority and the Central Competent Authorities for Business Objectives may conduct spot checks as regulated in the preceding two articles.
In case of any of the following circumstances occurring to employers, the Central Competent Authority shall revoke total or part of the recruitment permit and employment permit pursuant to Article 72:
1. Assignment of foreign workers to engage in the outreach agricultural jobs in the place where the industries of agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry or fish farming are not actually performed, and failure to rectify the misconduct within a time.
2. Violation of statutory laws or ratified outreach agricultural service plan which is considered serious by The Central Competent Authorityand the Central Competent Authorities for Business Objectives the central competent Objects authorities.
3. Have poor business operation or seriously harm public welfare.