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29/05/2015
          The Labour Minister revealed development amongst leaders of informal and handicapped worker networks, with access to labour information through applications and websites by the Ministry of Labour for better...
29/05/2015
            The Ministry of Labour has accelerated for the development of Thai workers, piloting the automobile parts and tourism industry and adding value to tour guide occupations. The Ministry is seeking...
28/05/2015
         The Labour Minister revealed improvements to Thai labour standards toward international standards, believing that once companies have Thai labour standards, the issue of human trafficking would be eliminated. The...
26/05/2015
            The Ministry of Labour highlighted the benefits for foreigners reporting and obtaining new pink cards, entitling workers to benefits equal to legal workers. The Ministry reiterated that employers should...
28/05/2015
On the 25th May 2015, Labour Chief of Nakhon Phanom Mr. Boorueng Khemthong, Worker Operations Specialist Mrs. Pacharee Promsaka Na Sakolnakorn and Financial and Accounting Academic Specialist Mrs. Boonmaporn Seesai commenced the emergency employment...
28/05/2015
Labour Chief of Ubon Ratchathani Mr. Phethai Komkham assigned Mr. Vichai Kumultree in the position of Employee Specialist to participate in sorting victims of human trafficking from Benjina Island in Indonesia, with the provincial Office of Social...
28/05/2015
On the 26th of May 2015, Labour Chief of Ubon Ratchathani Mr. Pataik Komkum and Secretary of the subcommittee on informal workers in Ubon Ratchathani province arranged a meeting to brainstorm opinions and ideas on the labour network group by 60...
26/05/2015
                Phatthalung province arranged a provincial mobile project to strengthen loyalty, reconcile, relieve grievances and promote happiness, creating smiles amongst the people of Phatthalung for...
26/05/2015
 During May of 2015, the Riyadh Labour Office and the Royal Thai Embassy in Riyadh visited employers in 4 organizations consisting of Tabbah Company in the gemstone industry, the Spirit Spa, Ginger Japanese Restaurant and Apollo Spa, as well as...
24/05/2015
The Taiwan Legislative Assembly has approved the labour law draft in agenda 3 on reducing the number of working hours a maximum of 84 hours a fortnight to 40 hours per week, or 5 working days to 2 holidays in effect as of the 1st of January 2016...
22/05/2015
                    On the 18th May 2015, the Labour Office in Singapore welcomed the Ministry of Labour’s Inspector Mr. Thanich Numnoi and officials from the Department of Employment, the...
20/05/2015
                On the 15th May 2015, the Ministry of Labour’s Inspector Mr. Suvit Sumala and committee, with Minister Counsellor (on labour) Mrs. Kanchana Wongsuwan and advisor (on labour) Mrs. Kamolwan...
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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