Labour Ministry will send over 200 trainers to educate workers about labour rights.
One garment worker dies and nearly 50 others are injured in a truck accident.
Labour Ministry technical working group to investigate what causes fainting.
More than 100,000 foreigners of about 160,000 working in Cambodia did not have work permits in 2017.
Strong action against factory owners who flee without paying workers on the sight.
Interior Ministry issue a deadline for foreign employers to obtain a work permit.
Ministries issue a directive to strengthen inspection of foreign workers in Cambodia.
National Committee for Health and Work Safety held its first meeting pledging to investigate the reasons for faintings.
The Labour Ministry would send Cambodian workers to Lebanon.
The Cambodian embassy in Japan appeals to Cambodian trainees not to change jobs illegally, or risk being arrested.
Immigration police extend their visa raids to a construction site where they detained 74 Chinese construction workers.
A maid was repatriated from Saudi Arabia yesterday after being trapped there working for 13 years without wages.
A Cambodian maid was repatriated from Saudi Arabia on Thursday after being trapped there working for 13 years without being paid a wage. Eng Pov, 38, from Tbong Khum province, said she was sent to…
Three new offices to speed up the process of providing passports and labourer cards.
Labour Minister Ith Samheng warns that any registered unions that remain inactive would be dissolved.
Fourteen Cambodian maids flew to Hong Kong with the Labour Ministry assuring their safety.
Garment employers and unions meet Labour officials to discuss measures to reduce the use of short-term work contracts.
A Labour Ministry official says the law on the minimum wage will come into force in the first quarter of 2018
Labour Ministry says that all factories must have infirmaries for staff starts on 2018.
A new job centre in Preah Sihanouk province to attract foreign investment.
More than 200 garment workers end their protest over promise to solve their dispute.
Two workers are dead and nearly 100 are injured when a truck overturns.
Garment industry employers meet labour officials to discuss short-term contracts.
At least 100,000 Cambodian workers in Thailand have collected documents to legalise their status in the country under a 100-day campaign.
Negotiators on the minimum wage for garment, textile and footwear workers lower their claim from $176.26 per month to $175.
More than 100 migrant workers file complaints over sluggish processing at approved recruiter.
The Labour Ministry and the Health Ministry vow to work together to bring free, efficient healthcare to workers.
Anti-human trafficking police are closing an illegal recruitment agency and arresting three people behind the operation.
Labour Ministry releases a detailed schedule for illegal workers who remain in Thailand to aid them in gathering legal documentation.
The order follows a suggestion sent by the Labour Ministry last month.