Garment workers on strike in Phnom Penh are defying an ultimatum made by some of their employers ordering them to return to work within 48 hours or lose their jobs.
The tripartite commission (union, government, employers) tasked with determining the minimum wage for workers in the textile, garment and footwear industries have agreed to increase the minimum wage to $182, beginning January 2019.
The National Trade Union Confederation says that factory workers who took time off to vote in the national election have not filed any disputes against employers.
Garment Manufacturers Association asks Labour Ministry to reconsider the article 89.
A committee to solve unpaid workers whose employers escaped.
A tripartite group meets again to check the minimum wage law.
Police raid a villa where victims were allegedly detained and tortured by their employers.
Some employers in Sweden are making on-the-job exercise compulsory.
A new law require employers to prove they are paying gender equal wages.
Almost 1,000 Cambodian workers were repatriated from overseas last year, marking a significant increase on 2016, according to a Foreign Ministry report released on Wednesday.
US employers hired more than expected and raised wages, signs of labour market that clears way for Federal Reserve shrink bond portfolio.