Meetings being held to discuss an increase in minimum wage for garment workers in 2019 have yet to yield results.
Negotiations to determine 2019’s minimum wage for garment workers begin at the Labour Ministry.
Another Cambodian maid is repatriated from Saudi Arabia after she was cheated by her employment brokers.
The Arbitration Council expresses concern that it will not have enough funding to continue its work solving disputes between employers and workers.
Labour Ministry appeals to all owners of construction sites to increase safety measures.
Labour Ministry and relevant parties start talks on the minimum wage for workers in the textile, garment and footwear industries.
PM orders Labour Ministry to solve Julee Apparels factory unpaid-workers case after their Korean employer committed suicide.
The National Trade Union Confederation says that factory workers who took time off to vote in the national election have not filed any disputes against employers.
Labour Ministry officials meet with Julee Apparel workers in Por Senchey who were protesting over unpaid wages.
Unions representing thousands of workers have urged garment workers to vote in the national election.
City Hall will suspend the bus operations in the capital on Sunday to make it possible for bus staff to vote.
Government announces the creation of a national committee tasked with improving safety standards on construction sites.
The Labour Ministry releases a statement suggesting all employers across the nation pay a cash advance to workers.
The government has decided to provide funds to pay the employees of 14 abandoned factories.
420,000 undocumented migrant workers in Thailand to get legal documentation.
Workers are to get a three-day break to vote in the national election, the Labour Ministry said yesterday.
The Ministry of Labour and the Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (Camfeba) yesterday agreed to work together to reduce the nation’s infamous skills gap, signing a memorandum of understanding to establish Sector Skills Councils (SSCs).
Workers whose bosses fled without paying are called to check lists to be recompensated by the government.
The Labour Ministry attributes a sharp decline in labour dispute cases.
LGBT members ask the government to provide legal protection policies.
PM orders the Labour Ministry to find a solution for workers who have been protesting for weeks over unpaid wages.
A labour rights group calls to inspect a bag factory for health and safety violations.
Labour Ministry issues a directive to protect workers’ safety and prevent abuse.
Labour Ministry announces that 12 domestically-produced trucks were being donated.
Male garment workers to take paid leave when their wives give birth, PM advises.
All factories must have their own infirmary completed by the end of this year.
The Labour Ministry says there will be no marches to the National Assembly today.
Labour Ministry asks to drop charges against labour rights defender Moeun Tola.
Officials meet to accelerate the legal ID process of Cambodian workers in Thailand.
Senior government officials say that Cambodia needs about 35,000 engineers.