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Labour & Employment Dispute

Labour & Employment Dispute

Labour and employment disputes in Thailand can arise for various reasons, such as wrongful termination, discrimination, unpaid wages, or violation of labor laws. 

As a one stop service solution, ATA Outsourcing, will provide you with a lawyer specialized in labour law, to represent your best interests.

Here’s a general overview of the process for resolving such disputes:

Internal Resolution:

Initially, the employee and employer should attempt to resolve the dispute internally through discussions or mediation. Many companies have internal procedures or grievance mechanisms for handling such issues.

It’s still recommended to be assisted by our lawyer for this step.

Labor Protection Office (LPO):

If the internal resolution is not successful, the employee can file a complaint with the local Labor Protection Office. The LPO provides assistance and mediation services to help resolve disputes between employees and employers.

Labour Court:

If the dispute remains unresolved, either party can escalate the matter to the Labor Court. The Labor Court has jurisdiction over labor disputes, including claims related to unfair dismissal, discrimination, and violations of labor laws.

Legal Representation:

It’s advisable for both parties to seek legal representation, especially when dealing with complex legal issues or disputes that may proceed to court.

Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR):

In some cases, parties may choose to resolve disputes through arbitration or alternative dispute resolution methods instead of going to court. These methods can be faster and less formal than traditional litigation.

Enforcement of Judgments:

If the Labor Court rules in favor of the employee, the employer must comply with the court’s decision. Failure to do so can result in enforcement measures, such as fines or seizure of assets.

Legal Assistance:

Employees and employers alike can benefit from consulting with labor lawyers who are knowledgeable about Thai labor laws and the dispute resolution process. Lawyers can provide guidance, represent clients in negotiations or court proceedings, and help ensure that their rights are protected.

It’s important for both employees and employers to be aware of their rights and obligations under Thai labor laws to prevent disputes from arising and to resolve them effectively when they do occur.

 

We look forward to the opportunity to advocate on your behalf and help you achieve a successful outcome in your labor court case.

 

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