Event Date: 14 August 2020
Event Time: 9am – 5pm, (Includes set lunch, and 2 tea breaks)
Location: Zoom Platform
By Yutthachai Sangsirisap, Practising Employment Lawyer / Associate Trainer
Fees: S$590.00 (GST will not be applicable)
The Labour Law of Thailand takes place under the framework of several acts of parliament and decrees, primarily the Labour Protection Act, B.E. 2541 (1998), and is mainly governed by the Ministry of Labour. Most of the legal framework was developed during the mid-to-late twentieth century, as Thailand’s economy experienced rapid expansion beginning in the Cold War period.
While the law protects workers’ rights of association and organization for collective bargaining, and allows workers to form unions, in practice the protections are inadequate, leading to a generally weak union system. The laws also only protect workers in the formal labour sector, and often don’t reach Thailand’s large migrant worker population, many of whom are employed illegally.
This one day workshop will enable the HR practitoner to have an overview of the general practises and to avoid contravening Thai Labour Law which may lead to hefty fines or prosecution.
- Employment Agreement
- Type of Labor
- Salary, Bonus and Overtime payment
- Working hour, break and day off
- Holiday and annual leave
- Sick leave and Maternity leave
- Termination of Employment Agreement
- Civil liabilities of an Employer
- Compensation and Severance payment
- The Rights over an Employee creation (Intellectual Property)
- Case study
- Labor Litigation Procedure
- Type of working Visa
- Work permit
- Social Security
- Requirement for employing a foreigner and exemption
Mr. Yutthachai Sangsirisap was born and raised in Bangkok. He graduated from Assumption University with a Bachelor of Law, and Chulalongkorn University with a Master of Law in Business Law (International Program). He is a licensed Lawyer and managing partner of Aksorn Legal Co., Ltd., He has considerable experience in the areas of corporate law, contact, intellectual property law, and labor dispute. Currently, he has been a legal consult for many companies, helping them build business development strategies for their products and services to drive successful revenue growth while complying with legal and regulatory obligations.
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