รหัสดีโอไอ 10.14456/jdl.2024.29
Creator Ali Khan
Title Analysis of the Local Branches of Political Parties and Human Resource Management in Thailand
Publisher Buddhist Studies Foundation Wat Buranasiri Matayaram
Publication Year 2024
Journal Title Journal of Dhamma for Life
Journal Vol. 30
Journal No. 1
Page no. 405-416
Keyword Human Resource Management, Migrant Workers, Business Actors
URL Website https://so08.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/dhammalife/index
Website title https://so08.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/dhammalife/article/view/2590
ISSN 2822-048X
Abstract The objectives of this research were as follows: 1) To examine Thailand's policy towards migrant workers; 2) To investigate the underlying reasons for gaps in Thailand's migrant control policy; 3) To analyze the registration program for migrant workers; 4) To scrutinize the role of the Thai state as the primary authority shaping migrant policy; and 5) To explore the involvement of key stakeholders in migrant laborpolicy, including government agencies, entrepreneurs, NGOs, and academics. The study employed both qualitative and quantitative methodologies, incorporating in-depth interviews and direct observations of Burmese officials and migrant workers in Mae Sot and Samut Sakhon provinces, alongside quantitative data from government statistics.The research findings revealed that the Thai government faces challenges in controlling migrant workers due to high demand, compounded by Thailand's geographical proximity to economically disadvantaged neighboring countries, limited local employment opportunities, and poverty-driven incentives. The continuous influx of migrant workers is attributed to persistent economic disparities. Furthermore, gaps in policy enforcement may stem from employers' lack of cooperation. The migrant registration scheme suffersfrom lax law enforcement, as migrant workers benefit from illicit activities, such as accepting bribes from employers and extorting money from fellow migrant workers.Ambiguities in policy implementation also contribute to the persistence of gaps, evidenced by significant disparities in opinions between policymakers in Bangkok and provincial implementers, as observed in Mae Sot and Samut Sakhon provinces. Entrepreneurs wield significant influence at the implementation level, often conflicting with NGOs advocating for migrant workers' rights, as the former prioritize profit maximization. Additionally, support for migrant rights is frequently marginalized on major issues.
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Ali Khan. (2024) Analysis of the Local Branches of Political Parties and Human Resource Management in Thailand. Journal of Dhamma for Life, 30(1), 405-416.
Ali Khan. "Analysis of the Local Branches of Political Parties and Human Resource Management in Thailand". Journal of Dhamma for Life 30 (2024):405-416.
Ali Khan. Analysis of the Local Branches of Political Parties and Human Resource Management in Thailand. Buddhist Studies Foundation Wat Buranasiri Matayaram:ม.ป.ท. 2024.