"Tools to manage conflict constructively in the workplace. Due to the ever-increasing costs of conflict in the workplace, employers are increasingly. Employee conflict, labour disputes and discrimination claims in particular are increasingly common!!!"
Intensive Workshop on November 14th - 15th, 2019
The New Law is designed to systematically manage the employment of foreigners and achieve poverty eradication, social integration and full employment and decent work for people with different at national level guaranteeing basic services and minimum income by right, closing the gap between the haves Access to decent wages, social and financial security provides opportunities for good health. In order to resolve the issue of illegal foreign workers in Thailand, and regulate those who hire them or help to bring them into the country, the government has urgently promulgated a new law, entitled the Royal Decree on Managing the Work of Foreigners B.E. 2560 (2017) (the New Law), which came into effect on June 23, 2017. It replaces and unifies the Working of Foreigner Act B.E. 2551 (2008) and the Royal Decree on Recruitment of Foreigners B.E. 2559 (2016).
This workshop will give you the tools to manage conflict constructively in the workplace. Due to the ever-increasing costs of conflict in the workplace, employers are increasingly. Employee conflict, labour disputes and discrimination claims in particular are increasingly common. It is also the tool used by professional mediators to resolve conflicts between disputing parties. For the business owners out there, you may have to pay your staff at a new, slightly higher minimum wage. The minimum wage in Thailand varies from THB300 – THB330. Employers in Thailand who fail to pay the Minimum Wage may be subject to punishment by Thailand's government!!!
Definition of “Employee”
Expatriate Employment Agreement
Drafting on International Employment Agreement
Welfare & benefit under the contract
Alien Working and Managing the Work of Aliens Act B.E. 2017
A New Released Act in 2016 and 2017
Hiring and bringing in migrant workers to work in Thailand
Engaging a foreigner to perform work that is prohibited to foreigners
International Employment Agreement & Drafting
Transfer or Reshuffle of the employment
Risk management in relation to secondment agreement
Unfair Dismissal & Damages in Connection to Unfair Dismissal, Constructive dismissal
Outsource &Temporary Agreement
Enforcement and Impact of the new rate of minimum wage
Workshop is designed for Managers, Human Resources professionals, government employees, business people, consultants, team leaders, educators, health care professionals, lawyers, accountants, union and management representatives, people who resolve employee issues or complaints, people who want to be professional.
Who Should Attend ?
Internal audit professional
Compliance and Legal officers
Management & Executive Staff who have the interests of their company at heart and anyone who is curious about Fraud Risk Management
Mr. Wasantachai Watanavongvisudhi
Partner, International Legal Counsellors Thailand
"How can a business protect itself against employees working for the competition?"
- LL.B.(Hons)-Ramkhamhaeng University (1979)
- LL.M.(Business Law)- Thammasat University (1987)
- Diploma in Business Shipping- Chulalongkorn University (1985)
- Diploma in U.S. Business Law, Legal Institute, Michigan University, U.S.A.(1999)
- Graduate Diploma in Business Law, Thammasat University (2007)
>> Over 30 years of experience in practice area of labor laws. He is a litigation partners dealing with various cases of labor disputes. He has successfully represented clients in many cases before the Central Labor Court of Thailand. His current position is a litigation partner and Expert on Labor Law, Litigation and Labor Department of International Legal Counsellors Thailand Ltd. He obtained LL.B. (Hons), Diploma in U.S. Business Law, Michigan campus and also LL.M. (Business Law) from Thammasat University, etc.
>> Expertise in Labor litigation cases in various Labor Courts of Thailand.
>> The expertise include the cases relating to dispute on unfair termination, labor claim, and labor dispute with the Labor Unions etc.
++ Law Lecturer (Visiting Instructor) on Labor Law, Siam University
++ Committee of Foreign Affair, Lawyers Council of Thailand (2013-Present)
++ Committee of Disciplinare Investigation, Lawyers Council of Thailand (2011)
++ Committee of Foreign Affair, Law Society (1989)
More information, please contact +662 117 3383, +662 050 8151 or email, please Click.