Authorities stop garment workers from marching over unpaid unemployment benefits.
Garment workers are struggling to repay microfinance debts following work stoppages.
A three-year campaign is set launch to facilitate road safety of garment workers.
44 out of 164 factories located in Kandal have suspended operations.
+600 workers of SEPIA garment factory protest to demand their unpaid wages.
Gov’t reassessing the cost of assistance to laid-off garment workers.
You Li International Garment Co Ltd announces a suspension of operations.
Garment workers who have remained in their provinces are looking for alternatives employment in the agricultural sector.
A senior labour ministry official says working environment is safe.
About 10,000 workers didn’t return to Phnom Penh for fear of being quarantined.
Labour Ministry: In case any workers have any health problems, they could call 115.
Nearly 3,000 workers who returned from their home provinces are screened for virus.
A total of 1,423 of garment workers are screened in 10 designated health centres.
+1000 workers, who returned to the capital after Khmer New Year, are screened.
City Hall is ready to quarantine over 15,000 garment workers returning to the capital.
About 30 garment workers sustained injuries when their flatbed truck flipped over.
+90% of garment workers reported for work on the first day of Khmer New Year.
Union leaders urge garment workers to work as usual during Khmer New Year.
$70 monthly could potentially push workers below poverty line: Oxfam.
In response to CCU allegations insisted factory workers are exposed to the threat.
Garment workers face job suspension so should be helped with loan suspension: PM.
Garment workers at T&L factory demand the reinstatement of 4 union representatives.
More than 800 garment workers protest to demand their last wages and severance pay.
SEPIA factory welcomes the return of its workers amid incurring financial problems.
Labour Ministry is seeking ways to reduce traffic accidents involving garment workers.
Gov’t offers to pay about 7,000 garment workers affected by shortage of imports.
A government official in Takeo reports dozens of garment factory workers fainting.
Currently, only garment workers and others working in the private sector are covered.
Thirteen cases of fainting among garment workers occurred in factories last year.
The NSSF report said last year 77,449 workers delivered 77,966 babies.