Rotating And Transferring Employees In Thailand-Lessons From The Supreme Court

Legal News & Analysis - Asia Pacific - Thailand - Labour & Employment

19 April, 2019


Multinationals with affiliated companies in several locations routinely transfer employees of all levels between their affiliates and other offices, and it is increasingly common in smaller companies too. However, employers are often unclear on their rights and obligations when rotating or transferring employees—especially in Thailand where these are separate concepts treated differently by Thai labor law. This article will examine some common (and frequently litigated) issues of which employers should be aware regarding the rotation and transfer of employees.


This story was originally published in the Bangkok Post. The full story can be viewed here on the Bangkok Post website. 



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Chusert Supasitthumrong, Partner, Tilleke & Gibbins