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The Ministry of Labor finds more than 7,000 job openings for children

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          February 8, 2018 at the meeting room H.E. Police General Adul Sangsingkeo, Minister of Labor, presided over the meeting to promote the promotion of employment during school holidays or free time periods between public and private sectors under the program. “Civil society to create young labor force” by Mr. Jarin Chakkaphark, Permanent Secretary of Labor, Mr. Anurak Tossarat, Director, Department of Employment, Executives, Ministry of Labor, representatives from the private sector and educational institutions. H.E. Police General Adul Sangsingkeo said after the meeting with the public and private sectors to promote the promotion of employment, the students during the semester or the gap of learning that. Late February to May each year will be in the student term to encourage students spent their free time. This is good for children, families and society. The Ministry of Labor has organized the “Civil society to create young labor force” The goal is to provide school children to work during school close. There are 20,000 students in Bangkok and 4 provinces in Thailand, such as Pathum Thani, Nonthaburi, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Nakhon Sawan, Chonburi, Nakhon Ratchasima, Ubon Ratchathani and Khon Kaen, in order to enhance the work experience, to practice patience, to cultivate responsibility and self-discipline, and to spend their free time. Do not mess around or tamper with drugs or misbehave. In addition, there is a reasonable income from the occupation, increase your income, helps to lighten the burden of parents as well as the value of money. This is a way to learn the world of work before entering the labor market.
           This is the basis for finding a job when graduating. It will work in the form of “public” integrated with the private sector. The Department of Employment will coordinate workplaces to find jobs, organize appointments, build networks with businesses, schools, counselors, and parents. Prepare before work, Department of Labor Protection and Welfare Understanding of labor protection Safety and Occupational Health The benefits will be provided by law. There are conditions. Students must be at least 15 years of age to work. If working in a government agency, work at least 7 hours a day. Excluding vacation time, the compensation will not exceed 300 baht per day, if the work is not less than 3 and a half hours per day remuneration not exceeding 150 baht, in the case of work in private enterprises. The minimum hourly wage rate is 40 baht per hour. The working hours are divided into two periods: Weekends, public holidays and public holidays of up to 6 hours per day, the second session is limited to 7 hours per day and up to 36 hours per week. Do not work in gambling establishments, slaughterhouses, diners, restaurants that sell alcoholic beverages, etc. Work that can be done is sales, restaurants, shopping malls, services in convenience stores, jobs. Warehouse, and market research. It is a safe and risky job. Today’s meeting is a public power. Discussions were held with government representatives from educational institutions, including Rajamangala University of Technology Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Dusit Commercial College, Pibulsong Prachasan School, Wichit Udom School, Nonsi Witthaya School, Chamnong Commercial School, and Parent Network. Ministry of Labor Department of Employment Department of Skill Development Department of Labour Protection and Welfare And the Social Security Office. Private sector representatives include: FTI Home Product Center Public Co., Ltd., Central Restaurant Group Co., Ltd., True Corporation Co., Ltd. The Minor Food Group Public Company Limited, Oishi Group Public Company Limited, Siam Piwat Group The Siam Cement Public Company Limited, Saha Pathanapibul Public Company Limited, CP ALL Public Company Limited.
             The Ministry of Labor is also working with both employers and businesses in Bangkok. More than 400 provinces and cities across the country, over 7,000 positions, more than 1,700 jobs in Bangkok, and more than 6,000 provinces across the country. Job vacancies such as assistant manager, apprentice manager, service staff, receptionist, Cashier, Servant, Product Advisor, Key Employee, etc. It is scheduled to begin on March 8, 2018. Students will start working on March 9, 2018, and upon completion of their work, they will receive a certificate along with a workbook. There will be a guide on how to take care of children in the workplace. For more information, please contact the Provincial Employment Office. Bangkok Employment Office, Area 1-10 or call the Ministry of Labor 1506 press 2 Department of Employment.