Mr. Suchart Chomklin Minister of Labor Revealed the case with the news that A sushi restaurant announces the closure indefinitely. causing employees in the shop to be left behind, not receiving their salary I therefore ordered the Department of Labor Protection and Welfare, or the NRA, to send labor inspectors to investigate the facts immediately. Initially received information that The name of the shop Daruma shop Sushi was registered in the name of Daruma Sushi Company Limited with its head office located in Bang Khen District. Bangkok operates a Japanese restaurant. has opened in Bangkok And nearby provinces, a total of 27 branches, which at present, all branches have closed indefinitely. On June 20, 2022, this labor inspector. The local labor protection and welfare office where the Daruma Sushi branch is located will investigate further.
Mr Suchart, Minister of Labor He continued, “I also ordered agencies under the Ministry of Labor. to help the employees of the aforementioned sushi restaurant in every branch by going to give advice on legal matters and various benefits that the employee should receive under the labor protection law and social security law as well as preparing vacancies in case the employee wishes to find a new job Or if employees want to change careers or increase their professional skills, they can attend training to develop skills immediately.”
On the other hand, Mr. Niyom Songkaew, Director-General of the Department of Labor Protection and Welfare, or NRA, added that in such a case, employers Daruma shop not allowing employees to work and not paying wages because the employer cannot continue the business considered termination Employees are entitled to accrued wages, severance pay, wages in lieu of advance notice. and other money as agreed with the employer
Employees affected by such cases Able to come in and submit a Kor.7 petition and submit an application for the Employee Welfare Fund to the labor inspector at the Labor Protection and Welfare Office in the area where the employee works. or call the Ministry of Labor hotline 1506 press 3 or 1546 Department of Labor Protection and Welfare