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  1. Hey_ewe replied to the thread Thailand’s new work permit penalty regime.

    Scary as they are, I don't actually think these new penalties will cause your average teacher any problems. If you're working at a...

    28 Jun 2017 at 22:13
  2. bahn_farang replied to the thread Thailand’s new work permit penalty regime.

    If working in another school as a judge and if you are contracted to one location (one work permit), a letter sent to the director...

    28 Jun 2017 at 20:16
  3. sirchai replied to the thread Harsher labour law penalties hit Phuket employers, foreigners.

    • Any person operating as a job agency for foreigners without a license may be fined B200,000-600,000, or imprisoned for one to three...

    28 Jun 2017 at 18:41
  4. sirchai liked portnoy58's post in the thread PM urged to axe 'corrupting' school quotas.

    It's a very disappointing response from the Secretary-general of OBEC - the effective head of formal education from Pre-kinder through...

    28 Jun 2017 at 18:33
  5. sirchai replied to the thread Thailand’s new work permit penalty regime.

    The shythe is on its way to hit the blades. Be careful out there. Example: Would a immigration officers and some guys from the...

    28 Jun 2017 at 18:27
  6. muppetminder replied to the thread PM urged to axe 'corrupting' school quotas.

    Of course (us of all people lol) that's it not where you go but what you do with your education. Having said that, the absolute top...

    28 Jun 2017 at 18:16
  7. bahn_farang liked portnoy58's post in the thread PM urged to axe 'corrupting' school quotas.

    I beg to differ bahn_farang! In the UK a glowing Ofsted report undoubtedly does increase the value of property in a state school's...

    28 Jun 2017 at 13:38
  8. bahn_farang replied to the thread PM urged to axe 'corrupting' school quotas.

    The point I was making is that those that have the resources will invest them. It, inevitably, is up to the electorate/populous to say...

    28 Jun 2017 at 13:38
  9. Stamp posted a new thread.

    Harsher labour law penalties hit Phuket employers, foreigners

    PHUKET: The Chief of the Phuket Employment Office (PEO) has cautioned foreigners and employers to be aware of a raft of new penalties...

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    Forum: General News from Thailand

    28 Jun 2017 at 11:07
  10. Stamp attached a file to the thread Thailand’s new work permit penalty regime.

    Here's a leaflet in the Thai language for your Thai employer. [ATTACH] ข่าวประชาสัมพันธ์ทั่วไป - ไฟล์งานสำหรับสำเนาแผ่นปลิว...

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  11. Stamp replied to the thread Thailand’s new work permit penalty regime.

    This one is worrisome as teachers often also work on other places than described in the work permit books. For example at camps, field...

    28 Jun 2017 at 10:30
  12. Stamp replied to the thread Thailand’s new work permit penalty regime.

    Compared to the information below, there are quite some changes in regards to the fines for employers. Penalties for Working Illegally...

    28 Jun 2017 at 10:23
  13. Stamp posted a new thread.

    Thailand’s new work permit penalty regime

    Emergency Decree: Thailand’s new work permit penalty regime Foreigner law infringements by accident entail an increased penalty...

    Forum: Work permits

    28 Jun 2017 at 10:06
  14. Stamp replied to the thread PM urged to axe 'corrupting' school quotas.

    I'm sure, my school is one of them. With our new director facilities management is developing enormously while academic management is...

    28 Jun 2017 at 09:42
  15. Stamp liked muppetminder's post in the thread PM urged to axe 'corrupting' school quotas.

    My school has so many quotas lol. I've also heard everyone pays something unless a true quota, meaning absolute standout academic, sport...

    28 Jun 2017 at 09:35
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