Managing human resource-related matters in an organisation requires empathy but at the same time, proper policies are required to be in place to protect employers from undesirable fallout with employees. Qualified advice on employment laws and trends, labour and human rights, handling demands of labour unions and retaining talents, especially during spinoffs or reorganization are necessary to maintain business success. Contentious employment law disputes are often a worst-case scenario for all parties involved. In an ideal world, things would never have reached this stage, but when legal proceedings become necessary to protect yourself and your interests, it’s important to have an experienced lawyer by your side to ensure you get the result you deserve.
Thailand has seen plenty of changes to its employment law landscape in recent times, including amendments to the Labor Protection Law, specific legislation relating to the impact of automation on the workforce and the new Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA), all of which came into effect in 2019.
Kudun & Partners has both the talent and experience to guide you through this evolving legal landscape and towards a favourable outcome, being your trusted teammate in even the nastiest of battles.
Legal disputes with your employees is about more than just the outcome: your reputation is at play as well. No one wants to be known as a company that failed to properly remunerate its workers, for instance. It’s important that the record is set straight and that the whole situation is handled delicately.
Kudun & Partners are employment lawyers that think like businesspeople. We work hard to achieve your desired outcome while managing the legal process in a way that protects your employer brand and, by extension, your performance as an organization.
Do you require legal advice on a specific case or want to know more about our employment law Thailand services? Get in touch with us by telephone or send us your enquiries using the contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.TEL: 662 838 1750 FAX: 662 838 1795