Legal Vision Asia Pacific
Thailand During the Pandemic: Employers’ Consideration
As part of our continuing WSG Asia Pacific vlog series on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected employers and employees the Asia Pacific region, Kudun & Partners provides insight on measures employers have implemented to protect employees and minimize redundancy in Thailand. And, address procedures for remote and in-office work arrangements based on latest government and legislative changes.
WSG's Vlog series focuses on important topics in different regions, with member firms and expert leaders providing valuable insights and perspectives.
- For employee financial assistance, Social Security and employer-related welfare funds contributions have been reduced or made exempt.
- Thai government has not imposed any requirement on employers to implement a work from home policy. It is at the employer's discretion.
- Under the Thai law, each terminated employee is entitled to at least a one-month termination notice.
Future of work: Top tips for recruiting a diverse workforce
Fostering diversity and inclusion at the recruitment stage has a beneficial impact, not least in terms of increased applications and a greater likelihood of attracting the right talent to your organisation.
Stanford Economist Nick Bloom shares WFH Trends and Predictions
More than two years into the pandemic, businesses are still wrestling with how to best navigate return to office (RTO).
The Work-Life Balance for Parents and Carers Regulations, 2022
Legal Notice 201 of 2022 has been published on the 13th July 2022 and will come into force on the 2nd August 2022.