Thai workers

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    Over 30,000 Thai workers want to work in Israel despite unrest

    The Department of Employment (DoE) announced that over 30,000 Thai workers have shown an interest in seeking employment in Israel, despite the recent upheavals in the region. This follows the news that Thailand has been granted a quota of 5,000 positions in Israel’s agricultural sector for the latter half of this year. Director-General of the DoE, Somchai Morakotsriwan, highlighted that Israel…

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    Essential time management tips for professional growth

    In today’s fast-paced world, managing time efficiently has become more crucial than ever. Whether it’s juggling work deadlines, personal commitments, or simply finding time to relax, mastering the art of time management can lead to a more productive and balanced life. This article delves into the realm of time management, offering a selection of powerful practices that promise to streamline…

  • Thailand News

    Thai government boosts welfare benefits for workers

    Government spokesperson Chai Wacharonke indicated that the Thai government is committed to improving welfare benefits to enhance the quality of life for all workers in the country. This commitment follows a recent roll-out of new regulations aimed at supporting the needs of the informal workforce, a significant demographic in Thailand. “The government is determined to push for regulations that will…

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    Thai labour ministry initiates farm worker scheme with South Korea

    The Department of Employment (DoE) under Thailand’s Labour Ministry initiated a programme to deploy Thai workers to South Korea as seasonal farm labour. This scheme is the outcome of a meeting last month between Pipat Ratchakitprakarn, the Labour Minister of Thailand, and his South Korean counterpart, Lee Jung-Sik. During Pipat’s official visit to South Korea, he met with Kim Dong-yeon,…