Officials from Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar begin a two-day meeting.
Nearly 1,000 workers of a Chinese-owned factory protest over late payment.
Labour Ministry is reminding employers to give workers four days off for Pchum Ben.
A mobile application to support workers in the Kingdom and abroad.
Nearly 20 workers are sent to hospital after consuming wild mushrooms.
Workers in Europe had to adapt to high temperatures in recent days. But the impact of heat stress on people and the global economy by the year 2030 will be severe, according to the UN. The world’s poorest will be worst affected.
Employees to start receiving the first round of seniority indemnity payments.
Qi Ming Xin Factory denies accusations that it sacked seven unionists.
Amazon is rolling out machines to automate boxing up customer orders.
A call to help encourage Filipino workers to register and work legally.
KRP president criticises the Labour Ministry for not doing enough to prevent workers from migrating overseas.
The Labour Ministry reminds for preparations for the World Day for Safety.
Workers and students who frequently cross the US border with Mexico worried over the weekend about the impact on their lives if President Donald Trump follows through on a threat to shut entry points used by hundreds of thousands of people every day.
W&D Company has accepted the return of more than 1,000 of its sacked workers.
Chinese tech giants are in the hunt for young, energetic staff to take the place, in some cases, of veteran managers.
Labour Ministry decides to suspend seniority indemnity payments.
A wave of “faintings” swept through the women working at the Indochine Apparel.
Planned negotiations between W&D Cambodia Co Ltd and its workers’ representatives yesterday over a labour dispute were scuttled because the management’s team did not show up.
Two months after a directive came into effect stipulating that salaries be given fortnightly, garment workers say they are enjoying greater cash flows and borrowing less.
Labour Minister reminds workers to take care of their health.
W&D garment workers march to the Labour Ministry over their labour dispute and demand all workers are back to work.
Nearly 60 workers of Olive Apparel faint, the 3rd time it has happened in Por Senchey.
The Thai government will waiver re-entry visas for Cambodian workers from April 5 to April 30. This is to facilitate their return after crossing the Cambodia-Thai border to visit their families for Khmer New Year (April 14-16).
Eighteen workers are reportedly arrested while they used equipment to cut down rosewood trees in a national park.
Nearly 30 workers at the Baihong Cambodia lighting factory faint.
More than 100 former workers from the W&D factory demand their reinstatement.
The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia on Saturday issued a statement saying W&D Cambodia Co Ltd’s termination of striking workers was done in accordance with the law.
At least 34 people are killed after a tailings dam collapsed Friday afternoon.
Kratie Court charges four men over a brawl involving two groups of workers.
It may not put a meal on the table for furloughed federal employees, but some US museums and symphonies are supplying food for the mind in free admission for workers affected by the longest partial federal government shutdown in US history.