The Labour Ministry’s Central Wage Committee has agreed to hold back on a plan to set a minimum hourly wage for part-time workers, committee chairman Somkiat Chayasriwong said on Friday.
The committee accepted the recommendation of a sub-panel set up to look into the issue, he said.
The panel reported that a minimum hourly wage would not be appropriate at this time because there is no regulation regarding specific hours worked by part-time employees, said Mr Somkiat, the permanent secretary for labour.
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