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Labour and Employment
8.
Tips and traps
8.1
What are your top tips for navigating the employment regime and what potential sticking points would you highlight?
 
Thailand
Employment terminations are not easy for employers in Thailand, because of the substantial statutory payments that may need to be made to terminated employees – especially if the employer is unfamiliar with the required steps, protocols and documentation. In the worst-case scenario, a poorly handled termination may result in the employer being required to pay compensation to the terminated employee equal to as much as 25 months of his or her last wage rate.

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