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  1. Thailand - Maternity protection - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Ministerial Regulations (No. 7) issued under the Labour Protection Act.

    Adoption: 1998-08-22 | Date of entry into force: 1998-08-19 | THA-1998-R-52341

    Regulates working time in the petroleum industry. Hours of work shall not exceed 12 hours a day. S. 4 provides that employers may employ a pregnant worker in professional or technical work, including drilling, refining, extracting, and manufacturing petroleum, as long as such activities do not endanger her health.

  2. Thailand - Maternity protection - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Royal Decree respecting rules and rates of contribution payment, types of compensation, and rules and conditions for entitlement to compensation of non-employee insured persons

    Adoption: 1994-10-13 | Date of entry into force: 1995-11-03 | THA-1994-R-39751

    By payment of yearly contributions in amounts specified in the decree, an unemployed person can, on specified conditions, receive compensation in case of childbirth, disability and death.

  3. Thailand - Maternity protection - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Regulation on the standard of right and benefit of state enterprise employees (B.E. 2534, No. 2) (B.E. 2536).

    Adoption: 1993-09-20 | THA-1993-R-43192

    Issued by the State Enterprise Relation Committee. Repeals and replaces section 14 of the Regulations regarding standard of right and benefit of state enterprise employees BE 2534 (12 September 1991). The new section 14 provides sixty days' paid leave for pregnant employees, as well as thirty days of paid personal leave to look after the infant.

  4. Thailand - Maternity protection - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    Notification of the Ministry of Interior, Re: Labour Protection (No. 13 of 1993)

    Adoption: 1993-04-28 | Date of entry into force: 1993-05-01 | THA-1993-M-34092

    Provides that female employees are entitled to take maternity leave before and after delivery of not more than ninety days, and that the employer shall pay the employee on maternity leave her normal pay throughout the leave period, but not for more than forty-five days. The leave includes holidays during leave.

  5. Thailand - Maternity protection - Law, Act

    Civil and Commercial Code. Book 2: Parent and Child; Title II: Parentage Law Code . - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1985 | THA-1985-L-89581

    Regulates the parentage of children born both in and outside of wedlock.


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