MOU on Labour between Vietnam and Thailand

   
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Moreover, the two sides unified on the process, content of implementation the Agreement, such as: propagation and dissemination of the MOU in each country; guidance for involved organizations, businesses in the Agreement; coordination mechanisms between the two sides ...

On September 16th, 2015, at the Head Office, the Ministry of Labour - Invalids and Social Affairs and Ministry of Labour in Thailand held the working on labour cooperation. Attending the working were Deputy Minister Doan Mau Diep, representatives from the Department of International Cooperation; the Department of Overseas Labour, the Department of Employment, Center of Overseas Labour... and Thailand delegation led by Mr. Thanich Numnoi, Chief Inspector of the Standing Bureau of Ministry of Labour.

At the meeting, the two sides shared the information about the function and duties of each other; Providing information on the field of labour law and management, settlement of labour disputes, social security and labour protection, rehabilitation. The two sides discussed about labour and employment policies as well as the prevention of illegal labour, and human trafficking.


Moreover, the two sides unified on the process, content of implementation the Agreement, such as: propagation and dissemination of the MOU in each country; guidance for involved organizations, businesses in the Agreement; coordination mechanisms between the two sides ...
Preparing for the next meeting, MOLISA recommended that Thailand’s Ministry of Labour to provide the legal document relating to foreign workers in general, Vietnamese labours in particular when working in Thailand. Vietnam will provide the legal document, Vietnam's regulations on sending labourers to work overseas under a contract in English.


Previously, on July 27th, 2015, the Thailand’s Ministry of Labour (on behalf of the Government of Thailand) and MOLISA Vietnam (on behalf of the Government of Vietnam) signed a MOU on Labour Cooperation and Agreement on the sending and receiving labours between the two countries.
Under the program, from September 16th to 18th, Thailand Delegation will work with some units of MOLISA, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Delegation will work with DOLAB to discuss about sending the labour overseas; receiving works; The draft of the implementation plan of the Agreement on labour recruitment .

 

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