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  • Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr. Suradej Waleeittikul and the Ministry of Labour’s Housewife Association committee, joined the recording of the blessings to Her Majesty the Queen Suthida at the National Broadcasting Services of Thailand.

  • Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr. Suradej Waleeittikul commenced the Ministry of Labour’s project to drive Thailand to be clean and free from corruption, develop personnel to support the development and change of a globalized society, equipped with consciousness and responsibility for being an excellent civil servant.

  • Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr. Suradej Waleeittikul chaired the workshop to consider the (draft) human resource management strategic plan of the Office of the Permanent Secretary of Labour (2018-2023).

  • Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr. Suradej Waleeittikul reported Japan’s new immigration control regulations effective April 1, 2019, to support new labour system requirements. The law requires workers currently residing in Japan and workers traveling from home countries to submit a temporary 4-month visa application.

  • Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr. Suradej Waleeittikul,M.D., chaired the merit-making ceremony for 9 monks for Visakha Bucha day 2019. The Ministry of Labour’s executives, officials and officers took part in the event at the foyer on the 1st floor, Ministry of Labour.

  • Executives, officials and officers under the Office of the Permanent Secretary for Labour presented a basket of flowers to congratulate Mr. Suchat Pornchaiwiseskul, Inspector-General to the Office of the Permanent Secretary, on appointment of Director-General of the Department of Skill Development, following resolution from the Cabinet’s meeting on May 14, 2019.

  • Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr.Suradej Waleeittikul presided over the meeting of the working group on the informal worker assembly no. 1/2019, also participated by Deputy Permanent Secretary Mr. Vivat Jirapantuvanich and Deputy Permanent Secretary Pol.Maj. Romyong Surakitbanhan.

  • Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr.Suradej Waleeittikul chaired the opening ceremony of the "mobile medical unit and blood donation project on the occasion of the royal coronation" at Thai Honda Manufacturing Co., Ltd. located at 410 Lat Krabang Industrial Estate, Chalong Krung Road, Lam Pla Thew, Lat Krabang, Bangkok.

  • Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour, Suradej Waleeittikul and the ministry’s executive team, presented flowers to congratulate Director-General of the Department of Skill Development, Mr. Suthi Sukosol on appointment as Permanent Secretary of Labour, following resolution from the Cabinet’s meeting on May 14, 2019. 

  • Permanent Secretary of Labour Mr. Jarin Chakkaphark worshiped the sacred items of the Ministry of Labour, comprising Phra Phut Sutthitham Bophit, Phra Phut Chinnarat, San Por Pu Chai Mongkhon and San Thao Mahaprom Thewarit, as he bid farewell to the position of Permanent Secretary to the Ministry of Labour.

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24/05/2019
          On May 24, 2019, at 16.00 hours, Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour Mr. Suradech Waleeittikul and the Ministry of Labour’s Housewife Association committee, joined the recording of the...
23/05/2019
          The Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour commenced the Ministry of Labour’s project to drive Thailand to be clean and free from corruption, develop personnel to support the development and change of a...
22/05/2019
            On May 21, 2019, at 09.30 hours, Deputy Permanent Secretary of Labour Mr. Suradech Waleeittikul chaired the workshop to consider the (draft) human resource management strategic plan...
22/05/2019
            The Ministry of Labour reported Japan’s new immigration control regulations effective April 1, 2019, to support new labour system requirements. The law requires workers currently residing in Japan and...
22/05/2018
          On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, at 09.30 am at Room 501, 5th Floor, Nakornsawan City Hall, Mr. Thanakom Jonggira, Governor of Nakhon Sawan Province presided of the meeting to prepare the cabinet meeting officially in the...
15/05/2018
            Tuesday, 15 May 2018, Pattani Provincial Labor Trafficking Prevention Center under the management of Pattani Province assigned to Mr. Khanpet Bussaranon, Labor Expert, Integrated Inspection of Fishing...
15/05/2018
          On Tuesday, May 15, 2018, at 09.00 AM, Mr.Pakapong Sawipat, Governor of Phitsanulok Province President of the Opening Ceremony of the "Unit for Suffering Happiness, Smile for the People" May 2018 at Wat...
10/05/2018
          On May 10, 2018, Mr. Chitchai Som-oophad, Khon Kaen Provincial Labor Office, joined the campaign to prevent drug abuse in the workplace. Meet and give a handbook on driving the TO BE NUMBER ONE project to...
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21/05/2018
The Thailand Trade and Economic Office, Labour Division, Kaohsiung, would like to extend our gratitude to all contributors for their kind donations in the case of Mr. Chatchai Khuridee, a Thai worker at Uni-President Glass Industrial Co., Ltd in...
09/01/2018
          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...
05/01/2018
The Malaysian government has announced that employers are required to pay Levy for hiring foreign workers.           On 20 December 2016, the Government of Malaysia By the Minister of Human Resources announced that employers...
08/05/2015
 A growing labour undersupply has been of the factors behind Thailand's sub-par economic growth. A nationwide survey of companies in six key sectors by SCB Economic Intelligence Center last year found that...   

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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