Labour rights advocates call for debt relief

Labour rights advocates have called for a debt moratorium at financial institutions as another state measure to relieve the economic impact on informal workers caused by anti-Covid-19 measures.While the 5,000 baht to be given to eligible workers for three months allows them to have some ...

Penchan Charoensuthipan

Working the future hustle

Thailand saw a relatively average year for employment and labour, even as GDP growth fell shorter than expected. Unemployment remained steady and wages increased, as experts and prognosticators predict continued wage growth into 2019. Keep reading ...

Informal workers get fresh voice

The National Informal Labour Coordination Centre was formally established Monday to protect the rights of informal workers, Sujin Rungsawang, president of the coordination centre said. Ms Sujin said the centre will coordinate campaigns to protect the interests of the vast number of these workers, employed in ...

Penchan Charoensuthipan

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