Biden backs the right of Amazon workers to unionise.
Workers who lost their jobs due to COVID-19 can now apply for a training programme to study professional skills free of charge.
Cambodian workers have been able to weather the storm of the pandemic.
Pao: Something must be done quickly to prevent a social crisis.
Authorities vowed to crack down on workers who went on a violent rampage at a Taiwanese-run iPhone factory in southern India over allegations of unpaid wages and exploitation, with 100 people arrested so far.
Far Saly: workers are struggling and unions are seeing their power to help them fade.
Minimum Wage is set at $190 for 2021 for workers in textile, garment, and footwear.
Oxfam provides support as Covid-19 transmission prevention kits to 1,000 staff members and workers of its partner organisations, as well as cash transfers to about 3,000 local leaders, union leaders and other vulnerable workers.
Unions’ workers to propose a new minimum wage for 2021 of $203.35 per month.
Unions are set to demand that workers minimum wage is raised by $11.59.
Workers at Timeless Fashion Clothing factory prevent a company truck from leaving.
Sipar launches its reading campaign, lending 10,000 books to around 5,000 workers.
National Trade Unions Coalition requests to meeting to raise plight of workers.
Out-of-work garment, footwear and hospitality workers are to receive allowances for the next two months.
A collaboration to organise educational programmes for drivers about road safety.
PM: Factory or hotel workers who have lost jobs due to C-19 can take up farming.
As of July 1, 2,317 people returned to Svay Rieng in 2020: Deputy governor.
Officials to begin negotiations with Hana (Cambodia) 1 and worker representatives.
+50 workers of New Best Global Textile protest over owed wages and compensation.
Authorities must oversee resolution of issues raised by protesting workers: Samheng.
20 factories suspended in Preah Sihanouk province, affecting more than 8,000 workers.
23 workers at T.Y. Electric Co Ltd collapsed, bringing the total fainting figure to 72.
Cambodia’s agriculture sector is unlikely to absorb laid-off workers.
Around 110,000 workers have received their allowances across 344 factories.
Agriculture sector is unlikely to be able to substantially absorb laid-off workers.
Further 25,588 workers of 67 enterprises to be paid allowances from the government.
Workers of Baye Construction Group protest to demand missing wages.
Government confirms the transfer of $40 to +30,000 factory and tourism workers.
+600 workers of Quality Textile Co Ltd in Por Senchey protest for outstanding wages.
Labor Confederation and unions discuss the plight of workers who have lost jobs.