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  • Ministry of Labour’s Inspector-General Mr. Apinya Sujarittanan and committee met with employers, to visit and deliver sports equipment to Thai workers working in vineyards in the central part of Israel. The workers expressed satisfaction with working conditions, income, and the ability to send at least 30,000 Baht per month back home.

  • Ministry of Labour’s Inspector-General Mr. Apinya Sujarittanan and committee visited Thai workers who went to work in agriculture in northern and central Israel and revealed that Thai workers were satisfied with the working and employment conditions and good income, averaging 40,000 - 48,000 Baht per month.

  • Ministry of Labour’s Inspector-General Mr. Apinya Sujarittanan and Minister Counsellor (on labour) Mr. Sakdinat Sontisakyothin traveled to meet employers and visited Thai workers working in the central region of Israel at Kibbutz Ramatachel, a cherry garden, with 10 Thai workers.

  • Permanent Secretary of Labour Mr. Suthi Sukosol chaired the meeting to discuss the Ministry of Labour’s guidelines for civil service and discuss with senior executives from agencies under the Ministry of Labour. The meeting also followed up on operational progress and necessary plans (Jun-Sep 2019).

  • The Ministry of Labour’s Inspector-General Mr.Apinya Sujarittanan and a committee of departmental inspectors including Mr. Suwan Duangta and Mrs. Udomluk Sornsari traveled to inspect Thai workers working in the northern region of Israel, in Kibbutz Matsuva, located at the northernmost point on the Israel - Lebanon border. 

  • Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour Mr. Suradej Waleeittikul presided over the meeting of the Committee on Academic Affairs and Screening No. 4/2019. The meeting considered the guidelines for the study on the suitable wage determination for workers in Thailand and the analysis of data impact.

  • Deputy Permanent Secretary Pol.Maj. Romayong Surakitbunharn was broadcasted for a program at Thai PBS in Nakhon Sawan Province, on June 14-15, 2019, at the Thai PBS television station. 

  • the Ministry of Labour’s Inspector-General, Mr. Apinya Sujitjanon and a committee of departmental inspectors including Mr. Suwan Duangta, Mr. Chakrit Decha and Mrs. Udomluk Sornsari paid a courtesy call and discussed official matters with Thai Ambassador to Israel in Tel Aviv, Ms. Penprapa Wongkowit at the Ambassador's residence.

  • Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr. Suthi Sukosol at the auspicious time of 09.00 hours, paid homage to the sacred items at the ministry, including Phra Phut Sutthitham Bophit, Phra Phut Chinnarat, San Por Pu Chai Mongkhon and San Thao Mahaprom Thewarit, on the occasion of become the Ministry of Labour’s 11th Permanent Secretary, after the royal ceremony on June 12. 

  • The Ministry of Labour’s Inspector, Mr. Apinya Sucharitanan and committee met with Thai workers in Israel and emphasized that workers listen to officers, for safety along the Gaza strip. The ministry is in preparation of a plan for the evacuation of workers, ready to coordinate and return to Thailand.

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17/06/2019
           The Ministry of Labour’s Inspector-General and committee met with employers, to visit and deliver sports equipment to Thai workers working in vineyards in the central part of Israel. The workers...
17/06/2019
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16/06/2019
          Today (June 10, 2019) at 13.30 hours, Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour Mr. Suradej Waleeittikul presided over the 2019 Annual Budget Expense Management and Tracking Committee for the Office of the Permanent...
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          On Sunday, January 7, 2018, the Singapore Labor Office together with volunteer directors in Singapore planned activities for the Singapore Workers' Brotherhood. Throughout the year, all 127 staff members of the...
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Summary on Labour Economic Conditions for May 2016

Employment in the labour market for May 2016, showed employment of 10,347,954 workers in the social security system (Section 33), a 2.80 percent growth (YoY) when compared to May 2015 which had a total of 10,066,532 insurers in the system. This illustrates 281,422 new entrants into the workforce. ...click here
source : Office of Labour Economics, and click more Summary on Labour Economic Conditions.

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