Ministry of Labour’s mobile units entitled “theung thee theung jai…rao mai thing kan”helps flood victims in Chachoengsao

On Thursday 9 December 2010, Chachoengsao Provincial Office of Labour collaborated with Ministry of Labour’s agencies in Chachoengsao to launch MOL’s mobile units entitled “theung thee theung jai…rao mai thing kan” to help Chachoengsao flood victims in accordance with rehabilitation plan at  Wat Sutthawat, Moo 13, Khlong Luang Phaeng Sub-District, Mueang District. Mrs.

Office of Labour Affairs in Malaysia notifies foreign workers in Malaysia must have medical insurance

Malaysian Health Minister, Datuk Sri Liow Tiong Lai, spoke to the media that under the new government regulation, which will take effect in 1 January 2011, foreign workers who come to work in Malaysia (except for house maids) have to have medical insurance. The move aims to address government burden of foreign workers’ medical bills. In previous year, foreign workers owed RM18 million to the government and the amount is expecting to increase as the number of foreigners tends to increase every year.

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