Labour official says two figures, $182 from unions and $177 from employers and the government, will be tabled to the minster.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday urged garment workers not to protest as meetings on the 2019 minimum wage continue.
Labour Ministry said that employers agreed to increase their minimum wage proposal from $175 to $176.
The unions demanded $192, the employers offered $175, and the Labour Ministry suggested $177.57.
Labour Ministry proposed that garment workers receive $177.57 per month as their minimum wage for 2019 during a meeting with employers and unions.
Meetings being held to discuss an increase in minimum wage for garment workers in 2019 have yet to yield results.
The Cambodian Labour Confederation yesterday said that it will propose $211.94 to be the new minimum wage for garment workers during this month’s negotiations.
Negotiations to determine 2019’s minimum wage for garment workers begin at the Labour Ministry.
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Unions congratulate workers for taking home the new minimum monthly wage of $170 for the first time.
A tripartite group consisting of employers, unions and the government finished discussing the draft law on minimum wage yesterday.
A Labour Ministry official says the law on the minimum wage will come into force in the first quarter of 2018
The Building and Wood Workers Trade Union Federation of Cambodia renews its call for a meeting with Prime Minister Hun Sen.
Hun Sen has allocated $40 million after the garment and footwear industry workers’ minimum wage increases to $170 per month.
The Ministry of Labour is confident that orders will increase due to improved conditions.
After months of meetings and bargaining, Labour Minister Ith Samheng announces the increase minimum salary.
Trade unions and employers associations request the European Union and the United States extend preferential treatment.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns of legal action against the CNRP over 2014 demonstrations that left at least four dead and dozens injured.
Employers, unions and government officials settle on three figures to propose as the new minimum wage for garment, textile and footwear workers.
Negotiators on the minimum wage for garment, textile and footwear workers lower their claim from $176.26 per month to $175.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has tells garment workers not to demand an excessive increase in the minimum wage.
Three minimum wage figures for workers in the garment and textile industry are tabled by Labour Advisory Committee.