Are you having challenges to hire and manage employees in Thailand?

Tap onto a wider talent pool in Thailand to fast track your business expansion. 

  This is a common struggle for many high growth companies due to the language barriers, cultural differences and the complex, ever-changing employment laws.  Look no further than our employer of record solution.

  We provide a comprehensive employment solution, so you can focus on your core business while we take care of the rest.

Why Choose Our Employer of Record Solution?

1. Compliance with local employment laws
2. Reduced hiring time and cost
3. Minimized legal and financial risks
4. Dedicated HR support and expertise
5. Seamless onboarding and payroll management
6. Access to a wider talent pool

How Our Employer of Record Solution Works?

Our process is simple and efficient. First, we hire the employee on your behalf and become their  official employer.

  Then, we manage all legal and administrative tasks, including payroll, taxes,  benefits, and compliance.

  Finally, we work closely with you to ensure a smooth and successful
onboarding process.

Why Choose Us as Your Employer of Record?

1. Price transparency
Our solution offers complete transparency in pricing, so you know exactly what you’re paying for and can manage your workforce costs more effectively.

2. Compliance
Our all-in-one compliance management system simplifies HR processes across jurisdictions, freeing up your time to focus on growing your business.

3. Advisory
With our platform, you have access to local compliance experts who can guide you through the complexities of managing a distributed workforce, ensuring that you stay compliant with local laws and regulations.

Get Started Today : Don’t let the complexities of employment laws in Thailand slow down your business growth.

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Thailand Country Overview

Thailand is a country located in Southeast Asia. It is the 50th largest country in the world, and is known for its beautiful beaches, ancient temples, and delicious cuisine. The country has a population of about 69 million people.

  The economy of Thailand is driven by exports, particularly of textiles, clothing, and electronics. Tourism is also a major contributor to the economy, with millions of visitors each year drawn to the country’s tropical climate and cultural attractions.

Capital City



THB (Thai Bhat)

Principal Language



Constitutional monarchy

Employment Contracts

There are two types of employment contracts in Thailand: fixed-term and indefinite. A fixed-term contract is for a specific period of time, while an indefinite contract has no specified end date.

  The employment contract should include details such as the employee’s job title, duties and responsibilities, working hours, salary and benefits, and any probationary period. It should also outline any termination procedures and any provisions for severance pay.

  In Thailand, it is important for both the employer and the employee to understand their rights and responsibilities under the employment contract.

  Employers should ensure that the employment contract complies with Thailand’s labor laws, and employees should carefully review the contract before signing it to ensure that they understand and agree to its terms.

Working Hours

The standard work week is 48 hours, with a maximum of 8 hours per day and 6 days per week

Public Holidays

Here is a list of national holidays in the Phillippines:

1.New Year’s Day – January 1
2. Makha Bucha Day – February 22 (observed on the full moon day of the third lunar month)
3. Chulalongkorn Day – October 23 (commemorates the death of King Chulalongkorn)
4. King’s Birthday – December 5 (commemorates the birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej)
5. Labor Day – May 1
6. Coronation Day – May 5 (commemorates the coronation of King Rama X)
Visakha Bucha Day – May 13 (observed on the full moon day of the sixth lunar month)
7. Asalha Bucha Day – July 27 (observed on the full moon day of the eighth lunar month)
8. H.M. the Queen’s Birthday – August 12 (commemorates the birthday of Queen Sirikit)
9. Constitution Day – December 10 (commemorates the adoption of Thailand’s first constitution in 1932)

Employee Benefits

In Thailand, employers are required to make contributions to various social security benefits programs on behalf of their employees. 

  These programs are administered by the Social Security Office (SSO), which is a government agency under the Ministry of Labor.

1.One of the main benefits programs in Thailand is the Social Security Fund (SSF), which provides coverage for employees in case of accidents, illness, disability, or death.

  Employers are required to contribute a certain percentage of their employees’ salaries to the SSF, and employees are also required to make contributions. The SSF also provides benefits such as maternity leave and paternity leave.

2. Another important benefit program in Thailand is the Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF), which is a retirement savings plan for employees. Employers are required to contribute a certain percentage of their employees’ salaries to the EPF, and employees can also make voluntary contributions.

  The EPF provides a range of benefits, including a pension, a lump sum payment at retirement, and financial assistance in case of disability or death.

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