Thirteen Types of Business in Bangkok Are Allowed to Reopen

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has allowed 13 types of business to reopen from Friday, 22 January 2021, onwards after having faced closure temporarily to mitigate the spread of the new wave of COVID-19 infections. The decision was made on 21 January 2021 after a meeting the BMA Communicable Disease Committee, which considered a relaxation […]

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MOL Receives A Letter From the President of Hitachi Compressor Thailand Workers Union

On January 18, 2021, at 11.00 hours, Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin assigned Advisory Board Members Mr. Manat Kosol and Teerawit Wongphet, and Deputy Director-General of the Department of Labour Protection and Welfare Mr. Wannarat Srisuksai, as representatives to receive a letter from Mr. Banchong Bunchuen, President of Hitachi Compressor Thailand Workers Union, and team, for assistance […]

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IOM Pays Courtesy Call to Permanent Secretary of Labour and Discusses Official Matters

Today (January 19, 2021) at 13.30 hours, Permanent Secretary of Labour Mr. Suthi Sukosol, the Ministry of Labour’s Inspector-General Mrs. Phattana Phanfak, Assistant to the Permanent Secretary of Labour Ms. Pattaraporn Samantarat, and other agencies under the Ministry of Labour welcomed Chief of Mission for International Organization for Migration, Thailand, Ms. Geraldine Ansart and committee, on courtesy call and to […]

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Labour Minister Assigns Secretariat to Monitor Job Expo Progress and Shows Delight for Continuous Placements and Confidence in Proactive Employment Policies to Overcome Covid-19 Impacts

Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomlin assigned his Secretariat to join a video conference to follow up on job placements’ progress following the Job Expo Thailand 2020 event. He was delighted to see a continuous increase and is confident that proactive employment policies will help businesses and economic growth from the impacts of Covid-19. On January […]

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Deputy Labour Minister Emphasizes MOL Online Training to Increase Income Channels

On January 20, 2021, Deputy Labour Minister Prof. Narumon Pinyosinwat revealed that the coronavirus’s spread had affected many companies, which have had to temporarily suspend their business. Some companies have gone out of business, and hundreds of thousands of workers have been laid off, unemployed, or changed careers to survive in the New Normal. Many traditional businesses […]

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