Omnipresent provides global employment solutions and professional employment organisation (PEO) services for companies looking to grow and build out a global team in Thailand. Traditional methods of establishing global employment and subsidiaries in Thailand typically take months and can incur heavy costs. Omnipresent’s global employment solutions and PEO services is helping hundreds of organisations onboard new employees in Thailand in a matter of days with full compliance of local labour laws. We use a tech-forward approach to streamline the process.
0%: 0 - 150,000 THB
5.00%: 150,001 to 300,000 THB
10.00%: 300,001 to 500,000 THB
15.00%: 500,000 - 750,000 THB
20.00%: 750,000 - 1,000,000 THB
25.00%: 1,000,000 - 2,000,000 THB
30.00%: 2,000,000 - 5,000,000 THB
35.00%: 5,000,000 THB and above
1.50%: Health Insurance
0.2%-1.0%: Work Injury
1.50%: Health Insurance
The typical work week in Thailand consists of up to 48 hours per week.
It’s important to note that typical working hours can vary by industry in some countries. Contact our team for the most up-to-date information!
Overtime laws in Thailand are complex and can depend on the specific circumstances and the employee. We are happy to discuss in more detail for a specific context.
After 1 full year of consecutive work (current and past employers), the minimum paid annual holiday is 6 working days.
In the following year, the employer may grant additional vacation beyond the minimum 6-day entitlement. Employers can agree to postpone days of annual holiday to be included in following years.
Sick leave in Thailand includes up to 30 days.
The paid maternity leave entitlement in Thailand is 98 days. The 98 days do include any time off for pre-natal doctor visits, as well as public holidays during the leave period. .
No statutory right for paternity leave.
We believe that remote employees should be able to access their local, as well as a high standard international benefits anywhere they are. Details about international or country specific benefit packages can be provided on request. Please contact us for further details.
In Thailand, there are a range of legal reasons that an employer can use to terminate an employment relationship, which depend on the specific circumstances. If you would like to know more specific details, please contact us.
Severance pay may need to be provided to the employee, depending on the length of service and the reasons at the base of the dismissal:
Notice in advance of termination is required unless the employee is dismissed for a reason connected with their behaviour or performance. 30 days advance notice is common, and some ask for longer. The duration of the notice period is agreed upon in the employment contract.
The benefits of growing a global team and finding the best talent anywhere in the world are endless. It’s important to note that labour laws and regulations in Thailand are strict with penalties for non-compliance. Let our team take care of the global employment solutions such as payroll, benefits, compliance, taxes, and admin so you can focus on growing your business. We are here to help you every step of the way.
Omnipresent makes it easy to employ, pay and support your international team. Book a call with us to start building your global team today.
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