Thu, August 18, 2022
Published: Mar 27, 2022
One worker was killed and another injured when a ship carrying millions of litres of oil caught fire while trying to dock at a pier in Samut Prakan province on Sunday.
Published: Feb 11, 2021
Thailand’s Outsourcing Employment Association revealed that even though the country has been hit by a Covid-19 outbreak twice, the demand for blue-collar workers has not fallen.
Published: Dec 29, 2020
A total of 23,381 migrant workers were arrested for illegally crossing into the country during January to November, the Royal Thai Police announced.
Published: Dec 25, 2020
More than 200 Burmese workers are returning to Myanmar via the Mae Sot district border in Tak province on Friday before entering the quarantine process after crossing the border.
Published: Oct 21, 2020
Workers at a factory in Samut Prakan suddenly learned they were jobless halfway into their shift on Tuesday, and a photograph of them embracing each other for comfort went viral on the net.
Published: Aug 24, 2020
Tesco Lotus aims to hire another 10,000 temporary workers if the Ministry of Labour would pass an hourly employment law, Labour Minister Suchart Chomklin Sompong said.
Published: Aug 23, 2020
Hundreds of Malaysians - from factory workers to salesmen, electricians, painters and carpenters - have crossed the Causeway to Singapore for work since last Monday.
Published: Aug 20, 2020
There were union workers alarmed over the economy, nurses decrying the coronavirus pandemic, and a Tennessee college student honoring the centennial of the state's history-making vote for the 19th Amendment.
Published: Aug 16, 2020
A group of 47 Thai cruise ship crew members will spend 14 days in state quarantine after returning from the Phillippines on Saturday (August 15).
Published: Jul 24, 2020
Chumphon residents were terrified and accused authorities of negligence when seven of the 32 Myanmar nationals who illegally entered Thailand from Malaysia on Wednesday (July 22) were found to have high fever.
Published: Jul 13, 2020
Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan has asked the Army and other agencies to strictly monitor border crossings and industries for any illegal migrant workers as they could spread Covid-19 to Thais.
Published: Jun 30, 2020
More than half a million Thais claimed jobless benefits in June, the Department of Employment reported today (June 30).
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