Section 115.1

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This section requires employers with more than ten employees to submit annual reports on  conditions of work and employment to the Director-General.

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Section 115/1. For the purpose of performing duties of the Labour Inspector under Section 139, an Employer who employs 10 employees or more shall submit a report form on conditions of employment and working conditions to the Director-General or a person entrusted by the Director-General within every January.

The Labour Inspector shall provide the form as prescribed by the Director-General to the employer within every December. Where there is any change in the facts on conditions of employment and working conditions submitted under paragraph one, the Employer shall inform the Director-General or a person entrusted by the Director-General in writing of the change within the following month after the existence of such change.

Law /Thailand / Labour Protection Act B.E. 2541 (1998)

The Labour Protection Act B.E. 2541 (1998) is the principal labour law statute in Thailand.

The Act sets out the duties and obligations of employers and the rights and responsibilities of the employees.

Under section 158, corporations may be held criminally liable for the acts or omissions of a Managing Director of any other person responsible for carrying out the business of the corporate body.