The latest issue of ASEAN Briefing Magazine, focusing on Payroll Processing and Compliance in Singapore, is out now and available for download in the Asia Briefing Publication Store.
Hiring foreign employees in Myanmar can be a complicated process due to the country’s lack of a comprehensive employment permit system for foreigners. Here, we look at different options for foreigners to acquire legal working status in Myanmar.
Personal income tax, or PIT as it is commonly referred, is a tax levied on all wage earners within a given jurisdiction. In the following article, we outline PIT tax brackets in individual member states of ASEAN.
With over 625 million inhabitants spanning 10 member states, ASEAN is endowed with a diverse workforce capable of supporting a multitude of manufacturing and service based investments. In this extract from the latest issue of ASEAN Briefing Magazine, we look at sourcing talent in Southeast Asia.
The latest issue of ASEAN Briefing Magazine, focusing on key HR considerations across ASEAN for foreign investors, is out now and available for download in the Asia Briefing Publication Store.
In this article, we highlight recent adjustments to Thailand’s daily minimum wage rates passed in November and set to become effective in 2017.
Myanmar has extended e-visas for tourists and business professionals to three land crossings: Tachileik, Myawaddy, and Kawthaung. Learn what you will need to apply.
When investing in emerging markets to lower costs, exploitative labor practices are always a reputational concern. Learn which ASEAN markets will allow you to retain a cost advantage over your competitors while producing goods in a sustainably manner.
In the wake of Indonesia’s proposal for an ASEAN wide minimum wage, we assess the impact of such an arrangement and provide insight on the likelihood of its passage.
With the establishment of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) at the end of 2015, ASEAN achieved a significant milestone in the region’s growing political, economic, and cultural integration. Although ASEAN has clearly stated its goal to promote skilled labor mobility, current policies trail behind the EU and other regional initiatives.