Authorities to spray disinfectants in factory workers’ living quarters.
60% of garment workers want to apply for leave to go home over Khmer New Year.
Workers of Jacka Shoes Manufactory protest after suspended without compensation.
Nearly 800 textile factory workers protest as their employer allegedly fled.
A textile factory workers in Kampong Speu go on strike after two unionists are fired.
Ministry will prioritize issue of traffic accidents involving garment factory workers.
Court tries 6 workers who allegedly broke into a Chinese-owned factory’s warehouse and stole materials worth $40,000.
Rubana Huq, vows to boost female leadership as most factory workers were women.
A senior official is urging further cooperation for the prevention of strikes and demonstrations among factory workers.
Court begins the trial of two union leaders over strikes for better working conditions.
Acleda Bank Plc will roll out its payroll services for garment, shoes and travelling bag factory workers nationwide, thus enabling risk-free electronic transfers of salaries to individual payroll accounts.
The Ministry of Labour has promised to pay Ghim Li factory workers in Por Senchey district after they again protested and blocked National Road 4 over missing wages.
Concerns regarding factory workers’ well-being are brought up by unions.
Several worker unions yesterday in a statement congratulated the CPP on its historic landslide victory during last month’s national election and said that it should continue to work on behalf of factory workers.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says the government has spent $22 million on missing wages.
Nearly 1,500 protesting factory workers in Svay Teab district agree to resume work following an agreement by the company.
Nearly 1,500 workers at the lamp-producing Sheng Yao factory in Svay Teab have gone on strike after claiming their wages were docked.
Nearly 7,000 factory workers in Pursat province’s Krakor district block National Road 5 demanding better working conditions.
Nearly 7,000 factory workers in Krakor district block National Road 5 on Saturday evening, demanding improved working conditions.
The Buddhist ceremony is to show that Cambodia is a peaceful and stable country.
Nearly 5,000 employees of the You Li International factory return after protesting.
A total of 900 garment workers from Gawon Apparel receive their wages after protests.
About 2,000 sports shoe factory workers at Pou Yuen Enterprise protest after their employer sought to change their job contracts.
Negotiators on the minimum wage for garment, textile and footwear workers lower their claim from $176.26 per month to $175.