Labour Ministers from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam meet.
Cambodia and Sweden are seeking to strengthen cooperation in the labour sector.
Labour Minister’s recommendations are focusing on the labour sector in Cambodia.
Amid an influx of Chinese investment into Cambodia, local residents are starting to see Mandarin as an important skill.
Labour Ministry launches a booklet of new strategies to promote gender equality.
A petition to protect workers’ rights.
Labour Ministry hosts an event to discuss the future of work with labour experts.
Japanese companies are facing stiff competition for talent.
Nike, Adidas, and Levi Strauss express concern over the labour and human rights situation in the country.
City Hall is allowing unions and labour organizations to celebrate the Labour Day.
The Labour Ministry reminds for preparations for the World Day for Safety.
In December 2018 the Japanese parliament approved a new immigration law to bring a slew of foreign workers to Japan from April 2019.
Sweden is contributing $268,000 to the Arbitration Council Foundation.
Workers are demanding that the company pay the first instalment of their wages on the 17th of each month and the remainder on the 5th of the following month.
The Bangladeshi government raises the pay of millions of garment workers.
The Centre for Alliance of Labour and Human Rights has found that companies are annually increasing production targets for workers in tandem with the rise in minimum wages.
Japanese bill to welcome foreign workers.
Written by Kim Pichpinun, “Sad Wedding Music” gives readers another aspect of the suffering of one person who had encountered two different miserable times during the time of Lon Nol and Pol Pot. Published by Khmer Writers Association in 1998, the book earned the 2nd prize of 7 January Literature Award in 1997.
Kuwait’s Minister of Social Affairs activates MoU signed in 2009 during her last visit.
Labour Minister signs a code of conduct for labour inspectors to carry out their duties professionally, independently and impartially.
The government should start refashioning its institutions and policies to adapt 4IR.
Dozens of elephants around the Kingdom are forced into harsh labour before finding peace at the Elephant Valley Project Sanctuary in Mondulkiri
With its objective to raise awareness on the labour status and industrial conditions of Cambodia, the Arbitration Council Foundation organised for the second time the Cambodia Short Film Competition.
Myanmar sends a total of 22,763 migrant workers to work abroad in September.
A two-day workshop to exchange experience and improve labour inspection systems.
Experts believe Cambodia is still safe over the Everything But Arms (EBA) scheme.
Labour Ministry launches a new website to help labourers find jobs in factories.
A meaningful boost to wage growth still looks elusive for most countries.
The Labour Ministry on Friday issued two directives on wages and indemnity to improve labour conditions for workers.
The essence of Industry 4.0’s vision is the “Internet of Things” – the ubiquitous connection of people, things and machines – and Blockchain – a technology that enables the decentralised and secure storage and transfer of information.