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Working conditions in Thailand


Under Thai law, the minimum wage per month of European nationals after obtaining a work permit is 1,000 euros per month, or 50,000 baht.

In Thailand, there is no pension system, as well subscribe to the expatriate worker's retirement savings from branches of Provident Fund.

The duration of the legal working week from Monday to Saturday is 48 hours.

The Labor Code prescribes two weeks off per year in addition to holidays and a day more per year of service.

Normally, the company that hires a foreign worker is responsible for all administrative recruitment but also to enter the territory of the prospective employee.

However, always remember to check the effectiveness of steps taken on it by his employer.

Indeed, any new expatriate worker must enter Thailand with a contract that work in good and due form, a visa "non-immigrant" and a work permit.

Unofficial source: http://www.expat-blog.com/fr/guide/asie/thailande/1302-travailler-en-thailande.html

Creation date : 01/05/2011 @ 18:12
Last update : 01/05/2011 @ 21:55
Category : Work in Thailand


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