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In this guide for businesses in Thailand, learn the process of converting contract employees to full time employees with and without a legal entity.
If you are exploring expanding into Thailand, you can start by either establishing a legal entity or employing your staff via an employer of record, depending on how far your is in the process.
We have listed the most important provisions of Thailand’s labour laws employers need to know when hiring, managing and terminating employees.
This guide will highlight how to legally terminate employees’ employment contracts in Thailand and the compensation that must be paid.
A guide on how to hire employees in Thailand so that you can make well-informed HR and business decisions when recruiting for your company.
It is not just salary included in the employ. Companies will need to plan for legal compliance, social security and more.
Employers in Thailand must not hire foreigners to work in restricted occupations and must help ensure the foreigner has a work permit.
Social security registration is mandatory for employees in Thailand and provides benefits which employees and employers should be aware of.
To improve the skills and knowledge of employees, certain employers have an obligation arrange training programmes for their employees.
Our guide explains the obligations under Thai law on employers regarding the employment of disabled people in order to support them.