Thailand’s daily wage hike will not necessarily put more food on the table

Although the minimum daily wage will rise by an average of 5 percent from October 1, not many workers see a brighter future. “The increase will not make my life…

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Labour Day brings little cheer for Thailand’s 20 million informal workers

While workers’ demands always make headlines on Labour Day, more than half of working Thais have nothing to look forward to since they are “informal workers”. Even if those demands…

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Social security for informal sector labour a pressing national priority

As we approach another Labour Day on May 1, many economists believe one of the priorities for the government is to expand social security so as to cover all workers…

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The Cabinet approves the daily minimum wage hike by Bt5-Bt6

The Cabinet on December 11 approved the minimum wage increase according to the proposal by the National Wage Committee. In spite of the promises made by political parties before the…

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Most Thai laborers expect 400 baht minimum wage from new government: Bangkok Poll

Most Thai laborers are expecting that the minimum wage will be adjusted up to at least 400 baht when the new post-election government comes into the office, according to Bangkok…

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Palang Pracharat promises 400-450 baht minimum wage to woo voters

The pro-Prayut Palang Pracharat party has come up with a set of populist policies ahead of the general election just nine days away, including a daily national minimum wage of 400-450 baht. When unveiling the…

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Palang Pracharat promises 400-450 baht minimum wage to woo voters

The pro-Prayut Palang Pracharat party has come up with a set of populist policies ahead of the general election just nine days away, including a daily national minimum wage of 400-450 baht. When unveiling the…

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Palang Pracharat promises 400-450 baht minimum wage to woo voters

The pro-Prayut Palang Pracharat party has come up with a set of populist policies ahead of the general election just nine days away, including a daily national minimum wage of 400-450 baht. When unveiling the…

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