The Labour Minister led the Ministry of Labour’s executives to participate in a special football match between the ministry’s executives, employer and employee organization and network partners, and the Japanese management team in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC). The activity aimed to promote unity and participation for staff and to encourage people to turn to exercise for good health
presided over the opening ceremony of the Ministry of Labour’s Friendly Sports Competition 2018, at the Bangkok Youth Center (Thai-Japan) Stadium. Permanent Secretary of Labour, Mr. Jarin Chakkaphark reported at the event alongside the ministry’s senior executives who also joined the event. The Labour Minister said that the ministry had recognized the importance of improving the quality of life for employees to be happy in their work and create incentives to work by continuously organizing sporting events to promote company employees to be disciplined, healthy and have overall good wellbeing. The activity also fosters the spirit of being an athlete, knowing to win, lose and forgive, which will lead to unity among the group, as well as coordinating the relationship between staff within different departments to be able to work together happily with love and understanding, by focusing on the participation of staff at all levels
Pol.Gen. Adul said that the Ministry of Labour’s event this time was an opportunity for employees to participate in sporting events for good health and encourage participation between brothers and sisters within the Ministry of Labour together with related sectors. He also urged participants to use sports as a tool to build companionship, create love, solidarity, harmony and kindness. As an athlete, knowing to win, lose and to forgive each other is key, whereby is everyone knows to implement such principles, sports will be a factor that brings true happiness.
For this event, the Ministry of Labour organized it to encourage employees to take an interest in health care and exercise and to strengthen the love and unity for staff within all departments. It was also an opportunity for employees to relax from work and boost integration between government officials, employees, employers and companies. This event had a football match between the Ministry of Labour’s executives, employer and employee organizations and network partners, and the Japanese management team in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC), including fun sports such as the bar slop dance to promote health for example.
The Labour Minister also gave scholarships and sports equipment to Piboon Prachasan School in the amount of 100,000 Baht.
Source: Ministry of Labour