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Doing Business in Thailand

Doing business in Thailand can be both exciting and challenging. The country offers a large and growing market, with a diverse range of industries and a supportive business environment. The Thai government has implemented policies to attract foreign investment, and there is a strong focus on developing key economic sectors such as tourism, manufacturing and technology. However, navigating the local business culture and regulations can be complex, and language barriers may also present challenges for foreign companies. Despite these challenges, many businesses have found success in Thailand, and the country remains an attractive destination for investment and expansion. Download PDF

In Thailand, entity registration and incorporation requirements are governed by the Ministry of Commerce and the Department of Business Development, and include submitting a range of documentation such as business plans, identification documents, and certificates of incorporation, as well as meeting specific requirements for certain types of businesses, such as obtaining a foreign business license for foreign-owned companies.

Banking Hours: 9.30 am to 3:30 pm from Monday to Friday

The standard working week is from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Labor Protection Act in Thailand outlines employee rights and protections, including standard working hours, minimum wage, benefits, workplace safety, and a framework for resolving disputes. It requires employers to maintain accurate records and provide training opportunities, ensuring fair treatment and a safe work environment for employees.

Main Industries Automobiles and automotive parts, financial services, electric appliances and components
GDP Growth 1.1%
Dates & Numbers dd/mm/yyyyy
Official State Name Kingdom of Thailand
Population 66.65 million
Capital Bangkok
Major Languages Thai
Currency Thai Baht
Internet Domain .th
International Dialing Code +66

Payroll

Payroll in Thailand involves the calculation and payment of salaries, bonuses, and other benefits to employees. Employers are responsible for withholding and paying deductions such as income tax and social security, and then paying the net salary to employees. The process is governed by the Labor Protection Act, which outlines the rights and obligations of both employers and employees.

It is acceptable to provide employees with online payslips

Payslip

30 days

Employee Termination

Payroll reports must be kept for 7 years

Reports

There are no provisions mandated by law regarding the 13th-month salary

13th month salary

Employees receive paid annual leave of 6 days

Annual Leave

336 BHT per day

Minimum Wage

Employees receive paid sick leave of 30 days

Sick Leave

Overtime payment of 1.5x the employee's ordinary rate of pay for the first 5 hours of overtime

Overtime

14 weeks of paid maternity leave and 15 days of paid paternity leave

Maternity & Paternity Leave

Employees paid monthly are entitled to 240 days’ pay for each year of employment for the first six years of service

Severance Pay

Tax and Social Security

In Thailand, individuals are required to pay personal income tax on their salary income, with rates ranging from 0% to 35% depending on the amount of income earned. Employers are responsible for withholding and paying the necessary income tax to the Revenue Department. Social security in Thailand is a mandatory contribution for employees and employers, with contributions used to provide benefits such as old-age pensions, disability, and survivor benefits. The Social Security Office is responsible for collecting and administering the contributions.

Tax

In Thailand, salary income is subject to personal income tax, with rates ranging from 0% to 35% based on the amount of income earned. Employers are responsible for withholding and paying the necessary income tax to the Revenue Department.

20%

35%

7%

7%

Corporate Income Tax Personal Income Tax Sales Tax VAT

Social Security

Social security in Thailand is a mandatory contribution for both employees and employers, with contributions used to provide benefits such as old-age pensions, disability, and survivor benefits. The Social Security Office is responsible for collecting and administering the contributions.

10%

5%

5%

Social Security Rate Social Security Rate for Employers Social Security Rate for Employees
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Employment Law

Employment law in Thailand is governed by the Labor Protection Act, which outlines the rights and obligations of both employers and employees. The act covers issues such as minimum wage, working hours, and termination of employment, and aims to ensure fair and equitable treatment of employees in the workplace.

Employment Agreement
An employment agreement in Thailand is a legally binding contract between an employer and an employee that outlines the terms and conditions of employment. This agreement typically includes details such as job responsibilities, salary, working hours, and benefits, and serves as a reference for both the employer and the employee during the course of the employment relationship.

Working condition
The working hours rules in Thailand are set by the Labor Protection Act, which states that the standard working hours for employees should not exceed 8 hours per day or 48 hours per week. The act also requires employers to provide a rest period of not less than 24 consecutive hours each week and mandates payment of overtime for any hours worked in excess of the standard working hours.

Leaves
In Thailand, employees are entitled to a minimum of 12 days of annual leave per year, in accordance with the Labor Protection Act. This leave entitlement increases with length of service, with employees who have completed one year of service entitled to at least 12 days of annual leave and employees with more than 10 years of service entitled to at least 18 days of annual leave.

Employment termination
Employment termination in Thailand is governed by the Labor Protection Act, which outlines the circumstances under which an employment relationship can be terminated, such as resignation, mutual agreement, or termination by the employer for cause.

30 days

Minimum notice period for terminating an employee

48

Working hours per week

2 days

Total number of days for Compassionate & Bereavement Leave

16 days

Total number of public holidays

Immigration

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For foreign employees in Thailand, immigration rules require a valid work visa and work permit to legally work in the country. The process for obtaining these documents typically involves the employer applying for the work permit and the employee applying for the visa, and both documents must be renewed annually.

Residency permits
A residency permit in Thailand is a document that allows a foreign national to live and reside in the country for an extended period of time, typically tied to their employment status.

Work Permit validity 2 year
Required Documents

EU national requirements:

Company Registration Department Certificate

List of the company’s shareholders

Factory license, if applicable

VAT certificate and filings

Withholding tax form

Social security payment filings

Employment contract

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