Ministry of Labour officials have called for Cambodians working in Thailand to respect and follow the law of that country and avoid being illegal labour. Ith Samheng, the Labour Minister, on Wednesday spoke to more…
Japan will spend about $3 million building a new centre for training Cambodian nurses in how to take care of the elderly before being sent to Japan.
The number of workers fainting in 2017 decreased 28% if compared with 2016, in 18 factories around the country.
The Labour Ministry has created guidelines for owners in the garment and footwear industry to prevent factory workers from fainting.
The American retail giant’s positive announcement comes amid an escalating diplomatic row between Cambodia and its Western partners.
A Labour Ministry official says the law on the minimum wage will come into force in the first quarter of 2018
The Minister of Labour warns factory owners with legal action after the fainting of nearly 200 workers in Takeo province on Wednesday.
The Labour Minister calls on business owners to register with the NSSF before December 31.
190,000 to 200,000 labourers are in the building and wood sectors and do not have enough safety protection.
The US multinational Walmart says it will buy more garment, footwear and luggage products from Cambodia next year.
Firms employing as few as one member of staff are urged to register with the National Social Security Fund to obtain benefits for workers.
Labour Minister Ith Samheng goes to Thailand to examine the process of providing legal status to Cambodian workers there.
The government relaxes rules to encourage more workers to legitimise their presence.
The Ministry of Labour is confident that orders will increase due to improved conditions.
The government will eliminate the draft law on Procedure of Labour Dispute Judgement that was expected to come into force by next year.
A Labour Ministry technical working group is set up to pave the way for discussions on the new minimum wage for 2018.
A campaign to legalise migrant workers in Thailand could be repeated in Malaysia.
The government is sending 360 officials to Thailand to implement a 100-day campaign to give migrant workers documents.