Labor officials are reminded to continually monitor the changing labor market trends.
Labour Minister reminds private recruitment agencies to adhere to code of conduct.
Currently, only garment workers and others working in the private sector are covered.
Labour Minister meets with Swedish Ambassador to discuss employment.
Labour Minister to look to delay implementing a pension scheme slated for next year.
A gov’t working group is reviewing a draft agreement on sending migrants to UAE.
Labour Minister extends the deadline for companies to apply to recruit foreign workers for next year.
Joint cooperation to conduct checks on industries and factories.
Labour Minister Ith Samheng hails the 9th National Career and Productivity Fair.
The gov’t legalises almost all Cambodians working overseas: Labour Minister.
A Korean delegation discusses the creation of a National Centre for Beauty Sciences.
Labour Minister urges officials to disseminate info about the dangers of asbestos.
Labour Ministry hosts an event to discuss the future of work with labour experts.
Labour Minister Ith Samheng today highlighted the importance of preparing Cambodia’s labour market to face challenges raised by the advancement of technology.
A call to help encourage Filipino workers to register and work legally.
PM appeals to W&D owners to allow over 1,000 garment workers to return to work.
Over 4.8 million jobs were created last year, Labour Minister Ith Samheng says.
Labour Minister reminds workers to take care of their health.
Starting this month, garment and footwear workers will be paid their wages in twice per month. While many workers are happy with the new directive, some are worried that they may not be able to manage their finances
Labour Minister orders officials to strictly follow provisions in the Trade Union Law.
The gov’t spent over $6 million on about 65,000 pregnant garment workers last year.
Outgoing US Ambassador William Heidt pays a farewell courtesy call to Labour Minister.
A MoU with the Thai-Cambodian Relation Association to protect workers in Thailand.
A MoU with the Chinese Academy of Tropical Agricultural Sciences to train farmers.
Cambodia to implement the Decent Work Country Programme’s fifth phase soon.
Labour official says two figures, $182 from unions and $177 from employers and the government, will be tabled to the minster.
Labour Ministry signs a MoU with the Japan and Cambodia Interactive Association to train more Cambodians to work in Japan.
The Ministry of Labour has asked the Ministry of Information and Ministry of Culture to ban a Khmer song that addresses poor working conditions for domestic workers in the Kingdom.
Labour ministry will begin to fine factories lacking a medical facility.
A draft law on expanding the role of National Social Security Fund will be finalised this year, the Labour Minister says.