Labour Minister’s Assistant Commences Training to Enhance Performance in Finance, Commerce and Procurement for the Department of Labour Protection and Welfare for 2021

  The Labour Minister’s Assistant presided over the training program to enhance performance in finance, commerce, and procurement of the Department of Labour Protection and Welfare for 2021. He emphasized that trainees can perform their work with accuracy, transparency, and accountability.
On December 22, 2020, at 16.00 hours, Assistant to the Labour Minister Mr. Surachai Chaitrakulthong presided over the Department of Labour Protection and Welfare’s training program to optimize performance in 2021. The training aims to create knowledge and understanding of finance, focusing on the principles and essence of revised laws, regulations, rules and practices, as well as offering suggestions for solutions to problems and obstacles so that the trainees to be able to perform their work properly, with transparency and accountability. The event took place at Novotel Marina Sriracha and Koh Si Chang Hotel, Sriracha, Chonburi.
Mr. Surachai said that all government agencies’ financial, commercial, and procurement operations are a job that is important to the organization. The current management principles used are 4M (man, method, money + material, and machine), which are required by law enforcement officers to comply with the rules or regulations prescribed in that matter strictly, to make the most of the government spending budget. There is transparency, and the information is verifiable, free from corrupt channels. The Ministry of Labour has given great importance to this. In addition, information technology is now applied to the management of finance, commerce, and procurement by making electronic payments. Thus, officials working in finance, commerce, and procurement in all government agencies must study and apply them correctly.
The trainees consisted of staff in finance and commerce, and related persons of agencies under the Department of Labour Protection and Welfare, in the central and regional areas consisting of 220 people. The training is three days, consisting of lectures and knowledge sharing by speakers from the Comptroller General’s Department, Internal Audit Group, and the Treasury Department. The trainees will receive clear guidelines that can be passed on to the supervisors and staff to understand processes correctly and minimize errors from work. The training also facilitated the exchange of ideas, attitudes, and experiences, suggestions for solving problems, and barriers to working together to promote work that is consistent and linked to a more efficient integration.

 

Source: Ministry of Labour

 

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