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30/07/2015
         Labour Minister General Surasak Karnjanarat alongside Permanent Secretary Mr. Nakorn Silpaarcha and the Minstry of Labour’s Executive Committee took part in the signing of blessings on the occasion of Her...
30/07/2015
             Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-ocha presided over the cabinet’s biking practice for the ‘Bike for Mom’ event with Labour Minister General Surasak Karnjanarat also joining the...
24/07/2015
            On the 23rd July 2015 at 08.00 hours, General Tanasak Patimapragorn, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Thailand as the representative of Thailand and wife, alongside Labour Minister...
24/07/2015
         The Labour Minister urged that the Department of Labour Protection and Welfare determine a working timeframe and monitor it closely for the implementation of 67 new ancillary laws, in support of the Sea Fishery Work...
28/07/2015
On the 27th July 2015 at 10.00 hours, Phuket's Labour Chief Mrs. Ratiwan Sunantra participated in the workshop to present and consult with the Ministry of Energy on a study of projected future potential of renewable energy, primarily at the...
25/07/2015
On the 22nd to 23rd July 2012, Mrs. Ratiwan Sunantra participated in the integrated seminar between the public and private sector on driving the economy to ASEAN, whereby the meeting took place at the Diamond Plaze in Surat Thani province.  The...
23/07/2015
On the 20th July 2015 at 09.00 hours, Lop Buri Provincial Governor Mr. Thanakon Jongjira presided over the project “Lop Buri’s Governor giving happiness, treating grievances, creating unity and creative values” for 2015, which took...
21/07/2015
On Thursday the 16th July 2015, Sakon Nakhon Labour Chief Mr. Krittapat Kruttakul participated as a lecturer at the workshop project on “prevention and resolutions to road accidents within Sakon Nakhon, for the people’s happy commuting...
28/07/2015
On the 14th July 2015, the Taiwanese Ministry of Labour revealed that from 2016 onwards, the Taiwanese workforce would reduce by 180,000 workers annually, which is why the Ministry has expanded quotas for foreign workers. Taiwan will continue...
28/07/2015
On the 15th July, the Ministry of Labour in Taiwan announced that Taiwanese employers were permitted to employ Vietnamese workers in the position of curators and sea workers (not including housekeepers) after an 11-year ban. The initial ban came...
09/07/2015
On the 22nd June 2015, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar established a formal representative office in Taipei of Taiwan, called the “Myanmar Trade Office, the Republic of the Union of Myanmar in Taipei”. The Ministry of Foreign...
27/06/2015
On the 14th June 2015, advisor (on labour) of the Labour Office in Taipei Miss Sadudee Kittisuwan participated in the first annual general meeting for the Thai association in Taiwan at the Thai Made restaurant in Taipei. The meeting had the...
08/05/2015
 A growing labour undersupply has been of the factors behind Thailand's sub-par economic growth. A nationwide survey of companies in six key sectors by SCB Economic Intelligence Center last year found that...   

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Posted by Ministry of Labour, Kingdom of Thailand on 29 มิถุนายน 2015