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May 3, 2011

Employment Contracts: Guidelines for Employers

Bangkok Post, Corporate Counsellor Column

Many employers may not appreciate the importance of a properly drafted contract of employment until they find themselves before a Labor Court embroiled in a dispute with one of their employees. Since Thai labor laws do not require a written employment contract, there may be many employers who have never required their employees to sign a written employment contract. However, employers may lose some specific rights unless they are expressly stated in an employment contract. Therefore, this article addresses the main clauses which should be included in an employment contract.

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