Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin assigned his Advisor to Phetchaburi to visit companies, meet and give words of encouragement to youths in the southern border provinces who have participated in the Co-Payment and “Thaimeengarntum.com” projects. She encouraged people in the southern border provinces to have a job, a career, and an income, ensuring systematic labour movement to bring stability and peace to the area.
On November 18, 2020, Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin assigned Advisor to the Labour Minister Mrs. Thiwalrat Angkinan to Phetchaburi to visit companies, meet for discussion and encourage 133 graduates who joined the employment promotion program for new graduates by the public and private sectors (Co-Payment). The new graduates were divided into 71 new graduates and 54 from the “Thaimeengarntum.com” project. The meeting took place at the Cal-Comp Electronics (Thailand) PCL, located in Khao Yoi. Phetchaburi. Advisory Board Member to the Labour Minister Mrs. Thienrat Nawamawat also joined the occasion. The Department of Employment’s Inspector-General Mrs. Weeraya Rattananit, Phetchaburi Employment Officer Ms. Udom Uamla-or Assistant Managing Director Mr. Zhang Min Hui and Human Resources Director of Cal-Comp Electronics (Thailand) Ms. Sudarat Rattanasang gave a welcoming. The Labour Minister’s Advisor said that the government, under the leadership of Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-ocha, focuses on promoting employment to help people affected by Covid-19 quickly return to employment, earn an income and promote economic recovery. The Ministry of Labour, under the supervision of Deputy Prime Minister General Prawit Wongsuwan, as a superintendent of the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Center (SBPAC), emphasizes employment promotion, especially as many young people in the southern border provinces have not yet worked. She said that today, Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin assigned her to visit the companies, to meet, discuss and give words of encouragement to new graduates to join the employment promotion program for new graduates by the public and private sectors (Co-Payment). The youths and people who joined the project showed that they were happy to have a job, a career, and an income.
Mrs. Thiwalrat continued that the cooperation today was between agencies under the Ministry of Labour in the three southern border provinces, including Pattani, Yala, and Narathiwat. The Phetchaburi Provincial Employment Office coordinated with the Southern Border Provinces Administrative Center (SBPAC) to convert local youths into the employment system through the employment promotion program for new graduates by the public and private sectors (Co-Payment). The program is now accepting applications throughout the country. However, the SBPAC has come to facilitate workers’ delivery to various companies in demand. Therefore, it will continue to support the systematic movement of labour and help young people have a job, career, and stable income, as well as bringing peace to the area.
Ms. Ameeno Nibapu, 19, a native of Narathiwat, said she had received news from Facebook and was interested in earning money for further study as her family is in a poor financial position. He said that he was glad to have the opportunity to work at the company, make friends, and do what he enjoys. He thanked the government, the Ministry of Labour and SBPAC, for facilitating and providing good care.
Mr. Daradan Mayi, 24, a native of Pattani, said he was happy to have the opportunity to work here. When it comes to seeing the factory, it feels like home to him with all the facilities. He thanked the Ministry of Labour and SBPAC for helping youths from the southern border provinces have jobs, work, earns an income, and take care of travel, food, and accommodation.
Division of Public Relations
18 November 2020