It’s good news for individual Thai taxpayers this month as Thailand ends the year moving towards a fairer tax system. On the 19th November, the cabinet agreed to issue a royal decree which will make sure revised personal income tax structures takes effect during the 2013 tax year. While this is the case, it’s worth …read more
It’s an understatement to say that competition for good employees here is fierce. Data from the Bank of Thailand report unemployment rates consistently under 1%. While some analysts question how comparable these numbers are to those of bigger economies, no one who has done business in Thailand for very long can doubt that, from a …read more
Beginning in April 2012, Thailand’s much discussed minimum wage hike went into effect. Since then, there has been opinionated chatter in HR circles about the consequences to business, investment, labour and industry as the nation-wide policy was implemented.
As with any country, taxation codes in Thailand are continually changing in accordance with the political and business climate and the government’s obvious needs to collect revenue, while fostering a business-friendly environment.
At the end of this month CloudForce HR is proud to be hosting a one day seminar here in Bangkok with two of the HR world’s greatest contemporary thought leaders (Seats still available at this link). We got together with special guest speaker, Dr. Ronald C. Page, to hear from him some of his insights on Talent Management for the 21st …read more
If you live in Thailand, or any one of the ten countries that compose the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), you no doubt have heard a chorus of voices singing the virtues of the upcoming ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). Many observers had penned January 1, 2015, ASEAN as the launch date for the AEC, …read more