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Workers' call for Bt360 daily minimum wage

By The Nation

 

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As labourers called for the daily minimum wage of Bt360 nationwide, Ministry of Labour permanent secretary Jarin Chakkaphark on Thursday said that the Central Wage Committee will set the new rate before March 30, to become effective from April 1.

 

All the provincial wage committees have already submitted their recommendations to the Central Wage Committee's sub-panel to check facts and determine the most appropriate increment. This should be complete by the end of February, said Jarin in his capacity as the committee chairman.

 

No conclusion has been reached so far, he said, because they were checking various factors, such as the current wage, the cost of living index, the average inflation, the average living cost, the production cost of goods and services, the capacity on business, and the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). 

 

The call for a flat-rate Bt360 daily minimum wage was within the workers' right but authorities would carefully consider the actual wage hike based on facts and ensure fairness to both the employers and the workers, Jarin said. 

 

"The daily minimum wage is different from one province to another because of differences in cost of living and some 4-5 factors. We are still in the process of considering the appropriate rates and the Central Wage Committee would conclude the new wages in March," he said.

 

Last year, the daily minimum wage increased in the range of Bt5-Bt22 among seven provincial clusters with Phuket, Chon Buri and Rayong having the highest rate wage at Bt330 a day. 

 

At of present time, Thailand has seven daily minimum wage rates - Bt308 (in three southernmost border provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat), Bt310 (in 22 provinces), Bt315 (in 21 provinces), Bt318 (in seven provinces), Bt320 (in 14 provinces including Khon Kaen and Ubol Ratchathani), Bt325 (in seven provinces including Bangkok and Samut Prakan) and Bt330. The average minimum wage is Bt315.97.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30364109

 

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Workers can call in a strike if the wages are not increased. No need to set minimum wage.

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15 minutes ago, shady86 said:

Workers can call in a strike if the wages are not increased. No need to set minimum wage.

Where's Red Robbo when you need him? 😆😆😆

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1 hour ago, shady86 said:

Workers can call in a strike if the wages are not increased. No need to set minimum wage.

Umh, I think that might "cross a line" as the current phrase is...

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1 hour ago, overherebc said:

Where's Red Robbo when you need him? 😆😆😆

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He's now organizing the angels into a heavenly union.

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3 minutes ago, elliss said:

 

        HE alone , shut  down  the  british car industry .

Enemy of the State . Rust in peace .

 

Almost on his own yes. Management attitude at the time, unintentionally on their part' gave him all the ammunition he needed.

Unfortunately he also had no idea how to take the industry forward.

Saw no further than his own bank balance.

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2 hours ago, shady86 said:

Workers can call in a strike if the wages are not increased. No need to set minimum wage.

Not quite that simple, there's also the case where the workers, especially those with limited opportunities, are afraid to strike... so the boss takes advantage of them...

 

Not the values that I was taught.

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9 minutes ago, scorecard said:

Not quite that simple, there's also the case where the workers, especially those with limited opportunities, are afraid to strike... so the boss takes advantage of them...

 

Not the values that I was taught.

 

       Laos workers , no minimum wage reqd.

Welcome to capitalism , in a third world country .

 

 

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