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Minister of Labor is concerned Labor was deceived escaping the South Korean hacking tour

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          H.E. Police General Adul Sangsingkeo, Minister of Labor ordered Labor Officials to clarify the legal facts and cooperate with police to prosecute workers who have been deceived to work abroad. Thai workers have been persuaded to escape the South Korean smuggling tour must be in difficulty, being exploited by the employer, eventually died. The Department of Employment established a surveillance suit by using the online check to monitor the situation of human trafficking and criminals rigorous 24 hours a day.
          Mr. Anurak Tossarat, Director-General of the Department of Employment, The Ministry of Labor said that from the case of job seekers traveling to South Korea with a group tour, they fled the tour to find work but did not work as expected. It was also exploited because the employer knew that they came the city to work. They must stay hidden, starve to eat. Finally, the money runs out and ties the throat to suicide. H.E. Police General Adul Sangsingkeo, Minister of Labor, cared about the problem. The Ministry of Labor is urged to take care to clarify the legal facts to the dead relatives and coordinate the relevant agencies for further assistance. They also cooperate with the police to legalize fraudulent work and public relations, encouraging job seekers to recognize and understand that smuggling to work abroad. The Department of Employment has collected the results of the prosecution of scammers who find work through social media, set up surveillance and check the site behavior in advertising to persuade job seekers to work abroad and check the online, monitor the behavior of human trafficking and criminals strictly. If found guilty, they will prosecute. And post a warning message explaining the facts and correct information about going to work abroad to Facebook. In January, there were 733 responding posts.
          Mr. Anurak said that those who deceived others could find jobs or could send them to internships abroad, and by such deception had taken money or property or other benefits from the deceived, imprisonment of 3-10 years or a fine of 60,000 – 200,000 baht, or both. Under the Employment and Job Seekers Act, 1985 amended by The Employment and Job Seeker Protection Act (No.2), 1994