Cambodian embassies in Malaysia, Vietnam, China, and Singapore helped repatriate seven Cambodians.
Abysmal labour conditions in Thailand’s seafood industry have started to improve.
PM Hun Sen has called on Cambodians working overseas for low wages to return home and fill labour force voids.
Diamond Casino issues a public letter in defence of the terminations.
Another Grand Diamond City Casino staff member has been fired after complaining.
A Vietnamese construction worker accused of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy.
A 46-year-old man is arrested for killing his 43-year-old wife by slashing her throat with a long knife in Oddar Meanchey.
About 340,000 Cambodian migrant labourers living in Thailand are still awaiting documents to work in the country legally.
Police crack down on more than 150 cases of human and sex trafficking last year.
Women and girls who have been enslaved while working abroad can play a leading role in saving their peers.
Japan has spent about $3 million building a centre to train Cambodian nurses how to take care of the elderly.
Over 40 garment workers in Kampong Speu are injured when their truck overturned.
In 2017, the employment rate in the construction sector rose about 40 percent on average across the country compared with 2016.
Nearly 7,000 garment workers in Pursat return to work after reaching a solution to their labour dispute with the help of provincial authorities.
The Collective Union of Workers sends a letter to Labour Ministry over abusive conditions for staffers at a casino in Poipet town.
Garment workers agree to stop blocking a road awaiting a solution to their labour dispute from the Arbitration Council.