Policy for the Promotion of Equality and the Elimination of Discrimination in the Workplace


Khon Kaen University Announcement
No. 2172/2563
Subject: Policy for the Promotion of Equality and the Elimination of Discrimination in the Workplace
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According to the Gender Equality Act of 2015, consistent with the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand, which proclaims that according to human dignity, rights, liberty, and equality inherent in us, we are protected equally under the law, and males and females have equal rights, and in order to prevent unjust discrimination based on an individual’s place of birth, race or ethnicity, language, gender, age, disability, physical or health condition, or status;
With recognition of the importance of equal rights and the elimination of unjust treatment in higher education institutions, Khon Kaen University has therefore established the following policies for the Promotion of Equality and the Elimination of Discrimination in the Workplace to be applied among all university employees, including those affiliated with the university as well as those unaffiliated who enter the university for employment purposes:
1. Khon Kaen University has a policy of promoting equality when recruiting employees, including when outsourcing services, without unjust discrimination based on an individual’s place of birth, race or ethnicity, language, gender, age, disability, physical or health condition, or status, while helping the underprivileged in society, particularly those living with disabilities.
2. Khon Kaen University has a policy of promoting equality among employees during performance evaluations, salary adjustments, promotions, training, entry to higher-level positions, and in regards to other employee provisions, without unjust discrimination based on an individual’s place of birth, race or ethnicity, language, gender, age, disability, physical or health condition, or status.
3. Khon Kaen University has a policy of considering all employees, whether currently working for the university or retired from their position at the university, to be entitled to provisions in accordance with criteria and regulations set by the university and without unjust discrimination based on an individual’s place of birth, race or ethnicity, language, gender, age, disability, physical or health condition, or status.

Announced on 26 October 2020

 

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