Chunghwa Telecom workers
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- Chunghwa protest
- UNI Asia & Pacific, 2000 [August]. More than 13,000
union members and their families joined protests on August
16th in Taipei to protect jobs and conditions in the
privatisation process of Chunghwa Telecom in Taiwan.
- Chunghwa union threatens strike to support
- The China Post, 4 January 2003.
Chunghwa Telecom's labor union has threatened a
strike in support of the state-run company's
chairman if the government replaces him. Union head Chen
Hsing-chu accused the government of trying to bring in a
replacement that would know nothing about the trade.
- Chunghwa union defends protest
- By Joy Su, Taipei Times, Thursday 18
September 2003. Chunghwa Telecom Workers' Union
chairman Chang Hsu-chung (張緒中) yesterday defended the
right of workers to take a collective leave of absence for
a planned mass assembly outside the Legislative Yuan. The
right to take personal leave of absence is
- Chunghwa Telecom union planning strike
- By Joy Su, Taipei Times, Thursday 15 April
2004. This will be the first time in 47 years that the
union has held this sort of full-scale
meeting. Negotiations with the company's management
have not gotten us anywhere. The union's grievances
stem from the company's privatization policies.