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Ex-DTAC staff were forced to quit

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  • Writer: Penchan Charoensuthipan & Komsan Tortermvasana
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Former employees of mobile phone operator Dtac say they intend to petition the Labour Ministry to order the company to reinstate them, claiming they were made to resign against their will. 

They say they were laid off after they succeeded in establishing a Dtac labour union late last year.

Somboon Sapsarn, adviser to the labour union, said executives demanded in January that seven employees resign in exchange for 10 months' salary.

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