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1web links for the Thai labour office. Empty web links for the Thai labour office. on Fri Mar 16, 2018 8:21 pm

Mike123_ca


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Having been treated unfairly by your Thai employer?
Here are some useful links:

http://www.mol.go.th/en/anonymouse/labour_law

http://www.labour.go.th/en

The Thai Ministry of Labour is known to side by the foreign teacher in most cases. So, yes even in Thailand you got rights and most foreign teachers who have taken their employers to court have won!

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