Over 80% of garment and footwear factories are paying workers bi-weekly wages.
More than 2,000 garment workers from Kingmakers (Cambodia) Footwear in Svay Rieng province’s Bavet city yesterday held a protest to demand 50 percent of their monthly wages.
More than 2,000 garment workers from Kingmakers (Cambodia) Footwear in Svay Rieng province’s Bavet city today held a protest to demand 50 percent of their monthly wages after the company announced it was suspending work for a month.
Starting this month, garment and footwear workers will be paid their wages in twice per month. While many workers are happy with the new directive, some are worried that they may not be able to manage their finances
More than 500 Quantum Clothing garment factory workers are on strike over missing benefits and wages.
Nearly 300 Uni Grand Garment workers are left distraught as they are missing wages.
The government issues a sub-decree to increase the wages of civil servants.
Three of 6 union leaders found guilty of instigating violence during massive protests for higher garment worker wages in 2013.
Most people simply ignore garbage collectors or street cleaners, dismissing them as people paid for doing a dirty job; few realise these hard-working labourers are doing a vital job to help keep the city clean for low wages.
The Labour Ministry will pay money to 257 garment workers today from the LIDA factory in Phnom Penh who rallied multiple times over missing wages after their employer fled.
The Labour Ministry on Friday issued two directives on wages and indemnity to improve labour conditions for workers.
The Ministry of Labour has promised to pay Ghim Li factory workers in Por Senchey district after they again protested and blocked National Road 4 over missing wages.
Nearly 1,500 workers at the lamp-producing Sheng Yao factory in Svay Teab have gone on strike after claiming their wages were docked.
Ireland’s allure as a post-Brexit base for global financial firms has driven wages higher.
The Labour Ministry releases a statement suggesting all employers across the nation pay a cash advance to workers.
Prime Minister Hun Sen ordered Labour Minister Ith Samheng to find a solution for workers in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district after they have protested for months to demand their unpaid wage.
Garment workers from factories whose employers or owners escaped without paying wages are slated to receive their wages.
Workers at the First Gawon Apparel factory in Phnom Penh’s Meanchey district are planning a procession.
As Khmer New Year approaches, prophecies issued by the government say that this year will see more rain than usual.
The government starts paying workers of 4 factories our of 9 their unpaid benefits.
An official from Ministry of Economy announces his support of workers migration to abroad to earn higher wages.
Some factories’ managers stole the workers’ wages for gambling, Pm says.
Unions applause the government announcement to pay workers whose bosses escaped without paying their wages.
PM suggests that the Ministry of Labour prioritise getting workers any missing wages in cases owners disappear after bankrupt.
More than 700 workers from three factories received part of their missing wages.
Nearly 1,000 workers protested after their employer fled without paying their wages.
More than 350 garment workers refuse to continue their work because the owner has not paid their wages.
200 workers from the Gawon Apparel Co blocks the road in Takhmao town.
More than 500 garment workers of the Gawon Apparel Co. in Kandal province’s Takhmao town again staged a protest over unpaid wages.
A total of 900 garment workers from Gawon Apparel receive their wages after protests.