Nearly 100,000 Cambodians were sent to work overseas last year, an increase of 12.6% compared with the previous year.
About 340,000 Cambodian migrant labourers living in Thailand are still awaiting documents to work in the country legally.
National Committee for Health and Work Safety held its first meeting pledging to investigate the reasons for faintings.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says the current trilateral mechanism in place is sufficient.
A tripartite group consisting of employers, unions and the government finished discussing the draft law on minimum wage yesterday.
Labour Minister visits Thailand urging Cambodians to obey local laws.
Japan has spent about $3 million building a centre to train Cambodian nurses how to take care of the elderly.
The Cambodian embassy in Japan appeals to Cambodian trainees not to change jobs illegally, or risk being arrested.
Labour Ministry creates an incentive programme to award good drivers, to reduce the number of traffic accidents.
A Chinese firm to create online courses teaching various skills to Cambodians.
Labour Minister plans to increase the number of Cambodian trainees being sent to Japan for study and part-time work.
Labour Minister Ith Samheng warns that any registered unions that remain inactive would be dissolved.
Thai government agrees to extend the deadline for Cambodian officials to complete registration by six months.
Labour Minister urges recruitment agencies to make sure employers do not exploit workers.
The three-day training course is aimed at preventing future accidents.
Labour Ministry says that all factories must have infirmaries for staff starts on 2018.
The government plans to increase the quota of workers in South Korea next year after praise for the good attitude of Cambodian workers.
Telling them not to believe people who tell them the government is bad and does not care about them.
Candidates for the work must be aged between 18 and 45, The trainees will receive the same salary as Japanese carers.
Cambodian workers in Thailand will be able to collect legal documents to legitimise their presence in the country.
With a national minimum wage in the works, the future of the committee is uncertain.
After months of meetings and bargaining, Labour Minister Ith Samheng announces the increase minimum salary.
Employers, unions and government officials settle on three figures to propose as the new minimum wage for garment, textile and footwear workers.
The Ministry of Labour says free treatment for garment workers to start January 1.
Labour Minister Ith Samheng confronts fears a new minimum wage for garment workers could lead to lower wages for others.
Cambodia will send about 1,000 domestic workers to Hong Kong by the end of the year, according to the Ministry of Labour.
The Ministry of Labour confirms there is a delay in 100-day campaign to provide illegal migrant workers with proper documents.
The Labour Ministry estimates that 1.5 million Cambodians work in Thailand.
The training of representatives set to take part in minimum wage talks will start next month, with Labour Minister Ith Samheng warning participants against using the talks for their own political ends.