Three casinos in Poipet city have failed to disburse seniority payments to nearly one thousand employees who have worked with the establishments for up to six years, according to unionists.
According to Article 89 of the Labour Law, companies are required to pay its permanent workers seniority indemnity – or bonuses – depending on how long they have worked, once every six months.
It said workers with durational contracts are not eligible to receive seniority indemnity.
According to a Labour Ministry directive, companies are required to pay seniority after the beginning of 2019.
Pav Sina, president of the Collective Union of Movement of Workers, yesterday said the three casino companies in Banteay Meanchey province were expected to disburse seniority indemnity payments, but they did not.
He identified the casinos as Grand Diamond City, Casino Resort and Casino DNA. He said the Labour Ministry must investigate the cases.
Captain Im Sophearak, chief of Poipet commune, said he has yet received a complaint about the casinos.
“Police will work and find a solution for the workers,” Cap Sophearak said.