Police dismantle a ceremony tent erected by worker unions in Sen Sok.
Labour Ministry said that employers agreed to increase their minimum wage proposal from $175 to $176.
Labour Ministry proposed that garment workers receive $177.57 per month as their minimum wage for 2019 during a meeting with employers and unions.
Several worker unions yesterday in a statement congratulated the CPP on its historic landslide victory during last month’s national election and said that it should continue to work on behalf of factory workers.
Unions representing thousands of workers have urged garment workers to vote in the national election.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday criticised some unions for planning demonstrations and protest marches in order to secure funding from international donors.
Prime Minister Hun Sen criticised some unions that received funding from abroad for conducting demonstration or marching.
Several confederations and unions will celebrate International Labour Day next week.
PM announces that about 200 public buses will be provided for people to use for free during Pchum Ben in October.
France’s rail says that the rolling strikes had already cost it around 100 million euros.
Unions applause the government announcement to pay workers whose bosses escaped without paying their wages.
Factory owners who abandon their businesses without paying workers their final dues will face court cases.
Unions and NGOs call for an end to the prosecution of Moeun Tola.
Unions congratulate workers for taking home the new minimum monthly wage of $170 for the first time.
Phnom Penh City Hall says that strikes and protests increased last year.
Labour Minister Ith Samheng warns that any registered unions that remain inactive would be dissolved.
Unions send petitions to ambassadors from EU and US asking sanctions be avoided to protect the livelihoods of workers.
Four independent unions appeal to buyers to continue ordering products from Cambodia despite the current political situation.
With a national minimum wage in the works, the future of the committee is uncertain.
Ten workers’ unions meet with UN watchdog on human rights in Cambodia, many voicing concern over union law.
Pro-government and independent unions preparing for negotiations on minimum wage.
Eleven workers from a printing shop in Phnom Penh’s Dangkor district are seeking the help of a workers union after being fired.