Good bye! Pioneer laid off more than 400 employees due to production problems.


Good bye! “Pioneer” laid off more than 400 employees due to production problems.

Today (May 19, 2023), reporters reported that Pioneer Manufacturing (Thailand) Co., Ltd. has announced the layoff of approximately 400 employees, all of whom are directly employed by the Company. due to experiencing production problems Out-of-order products must be discontinued. In addition, the company’s products are not as popular as before.

However, at 8:30 a.m. on the same day Provincial Office of Labor Protection and Welfare (Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya) Sent a labor inspector to the area after hearing the news that Pioneer Manufacturing (Thailand) Co., Ltd. operates in the production of parts and other accessories. for automotive Located in Rojana Industrial Estate, Uthai District, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province 1,549 total employees, laying off 416 employees
normal overall situation by coordinating with the Social Security Office Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Province Participate in explaining benefits to employees

In addition, officials have clarified employees and unions. Regarding the benefits that must be received under the Labor Protection Act, 1998, in the event that employers terminate employment, employees and labor unions are informed and understood. The employer has paid compensation and wages instead of advance notice. The employer is a bank check for the employee immediately. and wages vacation pay The employer will pay the employee by transferring money to the employee’s bank account by today (19 May 2023), including compensation benefits. Wages in lieu of advance notice Annual vacation allowance in the amount of 97 million baht. movements of trade unions and workers in order to maintain a close peace


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