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Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour Leads a Team on a Study Tour of the Employment Service Center for Foreigners in Japan to Improve Services in Thailand

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                   The Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr. Boonchob Suttamanaswong, the Ministry of Labour’s Spokesperson (on Politics), Mrs. Thienrat Navamawat, the Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour, Ms. Bubpha Rueangsud, the Department of Employment’s Director-General, Mr. Pairoj Chotiksetian, the Social Security Office’s Secretary-General, Mr. Boonsong Thapchaiyut, Minister Counselor (on Labour), Ms. Sadudee Kittisuwan, and delegation, paid a study visit to the Tokyo Employment Service Center for Foreigners, under the supervision of the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. The center provides job advice for international students who wish to work in Japan and those with an authorized residence status to work in a specialized or technical field of expertise. It also provides consultations on visa status and information on job offers for international students and graduates. The center also provides English and Chinese interpretation services. The target group is people with residence status, such as international students, engineers, humanities professionals, international services, teachers, lecturers, and skilled workers. In the Shinjuku area, there are two foreign employment service centers, the Tokyo Employment Service Center for Foreigners and the Shinjuku Employment Service Center for Foreigners.
                   Mr. Boonchob said that the study tour of the Tokyo Employment Service Center for Foreigners aimed to study the center’s service system model to develop and improve the efficiency of services. This includes facilitating flexible, fast, and modern services, which will enhance the Thai recruitment system to meet the needs of all target groups who want to work, including graduates, Thai workers, foreign workers, and networks of investors and entrepreneurs as well.


Division of Public Relations
30 September 2022