Thailand Labor Law - Information
NNP Group is a Thailand consulting firm that specializes in representing foreign clients with their labor law and employment issues in Thailand.
NNP Group can assist with the following types of Thailand labor law issues:
- Severance Claim
- Wrongful Termination
- Severance Tax Calculation
- Resignation & Settlement
- Employee Termination
- Teacher Termination
- Forced Retirement
- 2 Year Project
- Employment Contracts
- Work Permit
- Work Rules
- Recruitment Business
- Mergers & Acquisitions
Thailand Labor Law - Fees & Billing
Our fees are designed to meet our clients specific needs, but generally we offer the same fees to all our clients. Our fees our explained as set out below.
1. Severance & Wrongful Termination Claims
We offer a fixed fee of 30,000 Baht to provide a list of supporting documents specific to your case, draft your labor complaint in English language, translate the labor complaint to Thai language and then accompany you at the Labor Court to file the labor complaint.
This service puts you in a position to negotiate directly with your employer or the employer will be forced to attend a mediation hearing at the Thailand Labor Court (ie forcing your employer to the "proverbial" bargaining table).
The mediation hearing at the Thailand Labor Court is usually scheduled approximately 1 month after filing the labor complaint.
you cannot get your employer to settle within the 1 month period before
the scheduled mediation hearing, then we require a retainer payment of
50,000 Baht plus a 5 to 10% success fee depending on the amount of the
severance / wrongful termination claim.
We will charge for our services at the rate of 5,000 Baht per hour for our lawyers and 1,500 Baht per hour for our translators.
2. Other Services
If not possible to provide a fixed fee quote, then we will charge for such work at our hourly rates of 5,000 Baht per hour for our lawyers and 1,500 Baht per hour for our translators.
We always require a 50% deposit on fixed fee work or retainer for hourly work prior to beginning the work.
Our fees are exclusive of VAT currently at the rate of 7%.
We will provide a tax invoice upon receipt of final payment.
Thailand Labor Law - Links
Thailand Ministry of Labor
Thailand Ministry of Commerce
Thailand Board of Investment
Thailand Revenue Department
Thailand Immigration Bureau
Thailand Social Security Department
Thailand Labor Law - Site Map
Severance Tax Calculation
Resignation & Settlement
2 Year Project
Mergers & Acquisitions
Liquidation & Dissolution
Thailand Labor Court
Thailand Ministry of Labor
Thailand Labor Law
Thailand Labor Lawyer
Fees & Billing