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THAILAND EMPLOYMENT LAWS
for EXPATS & EXECUTIVES

THAILAND EMPLOYMENT LAWS for EXPATS & EXECUTIVES

THAILAND EMPLOYMENT LAWS
for EXPATS & EXECUTIVES

Avoiding Potential Unlawful Practices & Employment Disputes
Ensuring Legal Compliance & Minimize Financial Risks

Mastering Latest Issues In Thai Employment Laws

        This Intensive Course is specially designed to provide you with an in-depth & comprehensive knowledge on Thailand Labour Laws & Employment Regulation. The aim is to avoid any potential unlawful practices, employment & labour disputes. Throughout this course, you will learn important legal updates on employment issues. In addition, key types of employment contracts mostly practiced in Thailand will also be covered.

        You will learn how to make decision on the salary/wage/benefit schemes applied when employing or terminating employees. Strategies & efficient methods to handle people’s issues during
various situations will be explained.

        Case studies from precedent legal cases and real experiences will be used to draw key insights and the best practices for your future applications. In particular, key pitfalls & lessons to minimize company’s potential risks and avoid the litigation of wrongful termination will be scrutinized to minimize corporate legal risks.

Avoiding Unlawful Practices & Minimising Financial Risks

        Thailand’s new Labour Laws, Regulations, and Policies are increasing complex and sometimes confusing when coupled with labour incidents, strikes, and disputes within the country. Several changes in national economic policies, political transitions, and environmental problems have increased Corporate Legal Risks regarding Employment and Labour Relations. Major labour-related incidents are included.

        It is therefore critical for all executives and employers to develop in-depth knowledge and solid understanding of Thailand’s labour law & latest regulations on employment so as to avoid potential unlawful practices & labour disputes. It is also crucial to ensure legal compliance and minimize corporate
financial risks.

        This Interactive Webinar is specially designed for executives and employers as well as HR professionals. It aims to provide you with an in-depth & comprehensive knowledge on Thailand Labour Laws & Employment Regulation, so that you can avoid any potential unlawful practices, employment & labour disputes. Throughout
this practical program, major labour laws and legal issues will be examined and discussed. Case studies from precedent legal cases and real experiences will be used to draw key insights and the best practices for your future applications. In particular, key pitfalls & lessons to minimize company’s potential risks and avoid the litigation of wrongful termination will be scrutinized to minimize corporate legal risks.

Details

1. Legal Updates on Key Employment Issues
2. Employment Relationship
3. Types of Employment
4. Salary vs Wages vs Benefits
5. Potential Liabilities on Termination of Employment
6. Labour Case Handling : Labour Inspector & Arbitration
7. Labour Court Cases: Avoiding Pitfalls
8. Practical HR Management: Legal Problems

Thailand Labour Law & Employment Regulation as well as the critical legal issues underpinning the current relationship between employer and employee
Various Types of Employment Contracts with the Confidence of being Lawful, Fair and Consistent
Salary/Wage/Benefits when employing and terminating employees
Proven Method to avoid unfair labour practices & handle labour-related litigation
Potential impact of terminating employees and how employers be prepared
The common problems regarding Expatriates working in Thailand and how to solve them
Thailand Labour Court Proceedings and proven practices to avoid labour disputes and litigation

Ms. Chanakarn Boonyasith
Partner,
SCL Nishimura & Asahi Limited

8:30 – 9:00Registration & Morning Coffee
9:00 – 10:30Program Commences
10:30 – 10:45Morning Break
10:45 – 12:15Program Commences
12:15 – 13:30Lunch & Networking
13:30 – 15:00Program Commences
15.00 – 15:15Afternoon Break
15:15 – 16:45End of Program
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