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1. business | 20 Feb 2015
Newspaper section: Business
» The labour shortage in the industrial sector is expected to be more severe over the next few years as many businesses are still labour-intensive, while the Thai education system has failed to produce skilled workers to m...
2. learning | 02 May 2012
» At the big Labour Day gathering at Sanam Luang the PM and Deputy PM promised to fully implement the minimum wage policy and tackle the cost of living, but labour leaders asked for more.
3. learning | 22 Jul 2011
» Will better wages and benefits for labour really lead to lost export competitiveness, bankruptcy and a flood of cheap immigrant labour?
4. learning | 13 Oct 2010
» ASEAN has plans to move to a free regional labour market much like the European Union starting in 2015.
5. news | 24 Jan 2015
» The labour union of the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) yesterday urged City Hall to clear up ambiguity about its plan to transfer the BMTA from the Transport Ministry's jurisdiction to its own.
6. business | 10 Jan 2015
» TOT's labour union has sent a petition to the prime minister claiming irregularities in the state telecom enterprise's new management structure.
7. news | 27 Jan 2015
» Thai Airways International will reduce its workforce by 20% through buyouts and attrition over the next five years, government and labour union officials said Tuesday.
8. learning | 14 Jun 2012
About labour & business
» "If there are standards, labour will earn a wage to match their skill," and Thai companies can win contracts in other Asean countries.
9. opinion | 20 Feb 2015
Newspaper section: News
» Human rights observers applauded last week when Apple announced its most ambitious effort yet to stamp out labour abuses among its Asian suppliers. Recruitment agencies in Asia are no longer allowed to charge fees to fac...
10. news | 19 Feb 2015
» Thailand plans to sign a memorandum of understanding with Vietnam, Bhutan and Bangladesh to recruit migrant workers for job vacancies in several industries, Labour Minister Surasak Karnjanarat said yesterday.