The benefits of outsourcing payroll in the era of Covid-19

Thursday December 24th, 2020

Is your business struggling with payroll continuity? Here’s how outsourcing could help. Despite the strategic business value it offers, organizations rarely commit the same level of technology investment to creating a more efficient payroll and HR processes as they do in other areas such as customer service. The day-to-day challenges that result from this are […]

Covid-19 Cloud Customer Support and Operation.

Wednesday March 18th, 2020

Dear Valued Customer, At CloudForce HR, we are committed to providing our partners and customers with global, world-class support. Given the ever-changing situation surrounding COVID-19, we wanted to ensure you about working with us to assure continuity of business, some working process will have a little changes that could affect certain support channels in the […]

How to Demonstrate Respect in the Workplace BY SUSAN M. HEATHFIELD

Monday March 2nd, 2020

Respect is a key requirement for a healthy work environment. It promotes teamwork and increases productivity and efficiencies in the workplace. It lets employees know they are valued for their abilities, qualities and achievements, and that their role is important to their company’s success. Being respected and valued promotes a positive work culture where employees are loyal, […]

Factors to Consider When Developing a Human Resource Information System by Bert Markgraf

Thursday December 26th, 2019

Many managers will tell you that the employees of a company are its most important asset. A human resource information system is a software or online solution that helps companies manage this valuable resource consistently and provides information for management decisions. To develop an effective system, you must consider the many factors in addressing tasks […]

Revenue Department of Thailand : Tax allowance for purchasing OTOP Goods, Books and Tires

Sunday December 8th, 2019

News No. : 13/2019 Date : 14 th December 2018 Subject : Evidence required for tax allowance for purchasing OTOP Goods, Books and Tires …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Mr. Pinsai Suraswadi, Acting Principal Advisor on Strategic Tax Administration (Finance and Banking) as spokesman of the Revenue Department, clarified about evidence that shall be used for personal income tax […]

HR policy and performance improvement: are systems to blame?

Wednesday November 6th, 2019

Are people to blame for poor performance or is it more often the system that employs them? Occupational psychologist John Seddon examines the systems in which we work and how they – not the people – are often the culprit for poor performance. It was W Edwards Deming – the man behind the “Japanese miracle” […]

Why HR outsourcing is important ?

Thursday September 19th, 2019

9 Benefits to Outsourcing HR Most business owners agree that their employees are their most valuable assets. As such, managing human resources has become a critical role in managing a business. Yet for some businesses, the various functions of the HR department are too comprehensive and complex to maintain in-house. Keep in mind, there are […]

The Revenue Department cooperates with the Electronic Transactions Development Agency (Public Organization), ETDA, in order to encourage e-Tax Invoice/e-Receipt system

Friday July 5th, 2019

Dr. Ekniti Nitithanprapas, Director-General of the Revenue Department, and Ms. Surangkana Wayuparb, CEO of the Electronic Transactions Development Agency (ETDA), have jointly signed a memorandum of agreement to inspect and certify the electronic document system of service providers between the Revenue Department and the Electronic Transactions Development Agency on 4th June 2019 at the Revenue […]

TAX Deduction 2019

Friday June 7th, 2019

The government has issued a tax deduction measure for people who buy products for education and sports including books and eBooks. Taxpayers who spend up to 15,000 baht on uniforms, sports equipment and textbooks for students can deduct such spending on one product group from personal income for the 2019 tax year. In the case […]

The interest on demand deposit not over 20,000 baht is exempted from Personal Income Tax.

Thursday May 9th, 2019

According to the news circulated regarding a change of the Revenue Department’s regulations for Personal Income Tax collection on the first baht of interest on demand deposit of bank account in Thailand, the Revenue Department would like to inform that the current regulations regarding the exemption on Personal Income Tax collection on the interest on […]