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Phuket employers asked to report recently arrived illegal migrant workers

PHUKET: Phuket Governor Narong Woonciew has urged employers of migrant workers on the island to report any migrant workers who are believed to have illegally entered Phuket as part of the island’s campaign targeting migrant workers for suspected COVID-19 infections. Governor Narong issued his request for cooperation at a meeting at Phuket Provincial Hall yesterday […]Read More


Myanmar Migrant Worker Arrested for Murdering Thai Employer

BANGKOK, August 13 (TNA) – A Myanmar migrant worker has been arrested for murdering his Thai employer and hid the body in a wardrobe. The body of Ponsak Wattawanichkul, 72, was found in the wardrobe inside his house in Bangkok’s Bangsue district on Monday. The former district council member and owner of an ice factory […]Read More


Three arrested over illegal South Korean employment service

BANGKOK, 26 November 2018 (NNT) – Police have apprehended Thai and South Korean individuals illegally arranging employment in South Korea for Thai citizens via social media, charging each person as much as 55,000 baht. Authorities apprehended and have begun questioning Krongkaeo Kamta , Chotika Kerdkliang and South Korean citizen Kisik Eum. The three were detained […]Read More


DOE warns against employment fraud to UAE

BANGKOK, 1 December 2016 (NNT) – The Department of Employment (DOE) has issued a warning for Thai jobseekers against illegal employment agencies claiming to arrange jobs in the United Arab Emirates using tourist visas. According to DOE Director-General Singhadet Chu-umnart, the department was informed that the labour office in Abu Dhabi has been rescuing and […]Read More


Employers in fishing and seafood industries told to bring their

Employers of migrant workers from Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar employed in fishing and seafood processing industries are warned to bring them for registration in order to renew their work permits now until December 30 failing that both the employers and employees will face legal actions. Employers can bring their employees whose work permits are due […]Read More