Policy Process for Labor Shortages solving Problems "Footware Industry"

  • Arun Kongcharern

Abstract

Abstract

     The purposes of this study were to      (1) clarified policy process for solving labor shortage in foot ware industry (2) examined the outcomes of clarified policy process for solving labor shortage in foot ware industry         ( 3) presented best practices of policy process for solving labor shortage in foot ware industry.

   This was qualitative research, using in depth interview, documentary research and non-participatory observation as data collection means. Key persons were 18 purposive sampling executives and labor leaders of big size medium and small size of foot ware industry. Moreover, 9 high ranking officers attached to Ministry of Labor were also in-depth interviewers and 7 academics were members of Focus group consolations.

     The outcomes were; 1) policy process for solving labor shortage in foot ware industry top down formations, could not reached an objective since lacking of participation of private and labor sectors. 2) the main obstacles of policy implementation was lacking of participation of private and labor sectors and high expectations of small and medium enterprise and labors.

3) best practices of policy process were created consensus among policy community, changing leader and leadership persuasion by Ministry of Labor,  competitive capabilities creations of executives and labors, vocational studies development , public and private sectors collaboration, organization and budgeting structures correlated with reformation, social welfares and social insurance development  , information management , skilled labor upgrading  and recruitment process development.

 

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Published
2020-12-15
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Research Articles