Browsing by Subject "Labor -- Thailand"
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Accessibility to social security scheme of informal labors in Bangkok (National Institute of Development Administration, 2010);
The purpose of this study was to examine the knowledge, satisfaction, acquisition of information, relative advantages, complexities, trustworthiness and effort of the government, among informal labour in Bangkok towards the social security scheme and also to study the relationship between these factors and participation in the social security scheme. The approach was survey research. The target population was labour having income but no social security at the age of 15-60 years. The sampling method was two-stage stratified sampling, ...
The effects of socioeconomic status, work-life balance and mental health on happiness among Thai workforces (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017);
The main purpose of this study is to investigate the relationships between happiness and mental health (MH), socioeconomic status (SES), work-life balance (WL), family satisfaction (FS) and community satisfaction (CS). The variables of happiness are consisted of three components: life satisfaction, positive affect and negative affect. There are two elements for mental health: mental capacity (coping ability) and mental quality (kindness and altruism) while socioeconomic status variable is a composite indicator of education and income. We ...