1. Receive manpower’s requirement documents
2. Qualification requested received from our agent or employers.
3. Plan and distribute all requirement to our sub-branches
4. Preliminary test is done by each sub-branch.
5. Interview is done by agent or employer
6. Primary preparation such as passport and health check
7. Request CID (criminal identity data) from royal Thai police office
8. Expense declaration (2 working days) with department of employment
9. Foreign embassy in Thailand apply for visa
10. Department of employment apply for labor export permit correspondence (5 working days)
11. Training session by department of employment and sign employment contract (2 working days or 1 working day in urgent case)
12. Confirm schedule of delivery to Agent or employer
13. Flight itinerary booking.
14. Prepare necessary documents in transferring workers
Overseas Recruiting Process
Feedback from our Employees
Remark: the processes above are complied with present law and regulations but amendments may be made According to changes in law and regulations at any point of time.
Why Thai workforce ?
Surveys have shown that foreign employers view Thai workers as being productive, obedient, hard working. adaptable, resilient and friendly with a positive outlook on life, in order to better prepare the Thai workforce for employment abroad, V. Dragon has established a series of training and certification system to guarantee that the ability of Thai workers’ in particular sectors at the minimum comply with or exceed Intonational acceptable standards.
This system of training and certification for specified labour sectors would complement a national labour standard system
establishing a set of minimum criteria on the knowledge. ability and skills of Thai workers.
Approximately 30% of Thai workers overseas are technical worker such as transport equipment operations Another 40% are
labourers in fields such as construction, the remainder could be evenly divided between the manufacturing agriculture and services sectors
Thailand would actively coordinate with labour receiving countries to reach a common understanding and acceptance of the
With this as their background Thai workers have shown that they are productive, obedient, and hardworking
adaptable, friendly with a positive outlook on life, Thai workers are willing to receive reasonable wages and
are competitive compared to wages for similar manpower of other countries.