Case Studies

Monday July 16th, 2012

Discover how ebilities helped these organizations achieve greater efficiency, employee retention and productivity Multinational adopts ebilities testing solution in Asia A leading provider of supply chain management solutions for the healthcare industry in Asia was looking for an effective way to quickly identify suitable job applicants.An additional issue for the company was fierce competition between […]

What is the point of having an HR Department?

Thursday July 5th, 2012

It is a worthwhile question to ask and one that comes with a wide variety of responses. When meeting with senior business management it is one of the questions I am most interested in hearing the answer to because, invariably, that answer provides the context for all subsequent discussion. It is my firm belief that the point of having an […]

3000 Management Books A Year… and Counting!

Thursday July 5th, 2012

Three thousand management books a year. That’s how many are published in the USA alone,  according to William Malek, founder of Leadership Development Strategy2Reality at a recent luncheon of the American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand. And what was Mr. Malek doing at the luncheon? Giving a presentation on “Developing Strategic Leadership: One Major  Key to […]

Minimum Wage Policy

Wednesday July 4th, 2012

Increase in daily minimum wage and higher salary for new graduates The government’s new minimum daily wage and starting salary for fresh degree graduates are likely to push up the payroll outsourcing service cost for companies in Thailand by 10-30 per cent, according to a survey conducted by global consultancy Hay Group. More than 70 […]

Move to new office in Soi Mahardlekluang 1 on Rajadamri Road

Wednesday July 4th, 2012

We’ve moved! As CloudForce HR’s business continues to thrive the company has been running out of space here in Maneeya Center offices. Our new offices are over twice the size of the current premises and they will provide us with facilities that will not only support our exponential growth, but also make for a more […]

CloudForce HR Discounts for Our Valued Clients

Wednesday July 4th, 2012

In an effort to avoid raising service fees and reduce administrative costs, CloudForce HR has implemented the following policy, which will be in effect from April 1, 2012: A 3% discount will now apply to all invoices which are settled by BANK TRANSFER on or before the due date listed on the invoice. To make it even […]

Latest HR News – Politics / Environment / Industry

Wednesday July 4th, 2012

CloudForce HR would like to extend our heartfelt sympathy those affected by the recent flooding. Due to the extent of the recent flooding in Thailand, the cabinet on 19th December approved a measure to reduce the social security contribution rates for employers and employees. Period Contribution rate / Percentage of wage Current rate 5% 1 […]

War for Talent beware of the 18%

Wednesday July 4th, 2012

Every day I get to meet with clients and hear a similar refrain. The demand for high performing, high potential staff far exceeds the supply. The challenge for businesses generally and HR departments specifically is to attract, develop and retain the “right” people. Indeed I have worked with one organization that has gone so far as to define the ‘mission’ […]

CloudForce HR Exhibitor at Thailand HR Forum 2011

Friday November 18th, 2011

Bangkok, Thailand, August 19th, 2011 – CloudForce HR was an exhibitor at this year’s annual Personnel Management Association of Thailand (PMAT) HR Forum. The event took place on 16 & 17 August 2011, at the Swiss Hotel Le Concorde on Ratchadapisek Road in Bangkok. The event featured famous guest speakers over two days and brought more […]

Minimum Wage To Raise in Thailand

Friday November 18th, 2011

Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Kittiratt Na-Ranong has confirmed that the minimum wage raise to 300 baht a day will take effect on 1 April 2012 as Planned. The private sector has expressed its concern over the plan of the government to raise minimum wage saying that the measure will prompt an increase of […]