Striking garment workers from two factories in Phnom Penh have refused to return to work until they have their benefits paid as stipulated by the Labour Law, despite a Labour Ministry letter ensuring them that they will get their benefits.
All factory workers are called to trust that all benefits will be provided in due time.
All unions are called to respect Directive 443 issued by the Labour Ministry.
The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia has demanded all unions respect Directive 443 issued by the Labour Ministry and for the government to urge those affected by the directive to comply.
Private companies are concerned regarding a directive to pay employees twice monthly.
Private companies have expressed concern regarding a Labour Ministry directive requiring them to pay employees twice per month and provide seniority indemnity annually.
GMAC welcomes the approval of the amendment of article 89 of the Labour Law.
Ministries issue a directive to strengthen inspection of foreign workers in Cambodia.
The number of workers fainting in 2017 decreased 28% if compared with 2016, in 18 factories around the country.
A former Radio Free Asia staffer prepares to file a lawsuit in the US against his former employer to seek severance pay.
Staff at the Nantai factory agree to return to work after nine days on strike.
Thailand’s junta yesterday delayed a new labour law after a decree prompted thousands of Cambodian workers to flee the country.