Over 80% of garment and footwear factories are paying workers bi-weekly wages.
A senior official is urging further cooperation for the prevention of strikes and demonstrations among factory workers.
Hundreds of garment workers demand better working conditions.
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.
More than 2,000 garment workers have fainted so far this year in 16 factories across the Kingdom, a jump of more than 400 when compared to last year’s figures despite efforts by the government to improve factory conditions.
The Cambodian embassy in Seoul warns migrant workers of cold weather in winter.
Labour Ministry and Cambodian Embassy in South Korea have called on all Cambodian migrant workers working there and in Japan to take good care of their health during the cold weather.
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.
Prime Minister Hun Sen directs the Labour Ministry, worker representatives, employers and relevant institutions to work together toward setting a minimum wage for workers in the construction, agriculture and service sectors.
2 Cambodian recruitment associations sign a MoU with 3 Malaysian associations.
In order to ensure the rights and safety of migrant workers in Malaysia, two Cambodian recruitment associations today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with three associations from Malaysia at the Labour Ministry.
Labour Ministry to increase the technical abilities of the Labour Advisory Committee.
Sixty more garment workers at the Green Meadow Development factory faint.
The Labour Ministry is complying with an order issued by Prime Minister Hun Sen for ministries to review court cases of union leaders and advocate for them to be sped up or dropped, an official said yesterday.
A MoU with the Chinese Academy of Tropical Agricultural Sciences to train farmers.
The employment rate reaches nearly 100% as multiple sectors continue to improve.
Unicef has welcomed a reminder issued by the Labour Ministry for businesses to prevent child labour.
A two-day workshop to exchange experience and improve labour inspection systems.
Labour Ministry reminds business owners not to employ minors, noting it has not come across any cases of child labour this year.
The Labour Ministry will pay money to 257 garment workers today from the LIDA factory in Phnom Penh who rallied multiple times over missing wages after their employer fled.
Labour Ministry seeks to ban a Khmer song about garment workers not being paid.
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.
A meet with members of Japan’s parliament to discuss a project aimed at improving safety standards in the construction sector.
Labour Ministry officials met with members of Japan’s parliament and the International Labour Organisation to discuss a project aimed at improving safety standards in the construction sector on Thursday.
Partnering with a Chinese company to create the first private online school.
The Labour Ministry on Friday issued two directives on wages and indemnity to improve labour conditions for workers.
Labour Ministry and Swisscontact sign an MoU to provide skills training in 3 provinces.