Migrant workers affected by COVID 19 can claim unemployment benefits [Video]

The government has launched a COVID-19 information hotline in three languages for migrant workers in Thailand that also accept petitions for their unemployment claims with the Social Security Office (SSO).Keep watching ...

Number of people seeking unemployment benefits on the rise

As many as 144,861 people have registered for social security benefits for unemployment in the month of March, marking a 41.89 per cent and 48.38 per cent increase compared to January and February respectively, Suchart Phonchaiwisetkun, director-general of the Department of Employment, revealed on Friday ...

The Nation Reporter

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