No wages for workers absent from work during Khmer New Year: Ministry.
With restrictions on travel, the workers face more than just financial losses.
$70 a month for each worker once their factories are suspended due to covid-19: PM.
About 60% of GMAC factories have been severely affected by cancelled orders.
An appeals to casino owners to disburse last month’s wages of the suspended workers.
Unpaid wages dispute of The Great Duke hotel is sent to the Arbitration Council.
Workers and employers may have to split monthly premiums: NSSF draft.
Representatives of workers and factory management are set to meet today.
Great Duke Hotel agrees to pay 156 laid-off workers some of their missing wages.
PM renews his call to landlords not to raise rent for workers.
Dozens of workers at the Kingmaker Footwear factory in Svay Rieng province faint.
CUMW’s Pav Sina laments that rent and utility costs are increasing considerably.
Labour Ministry accepts a petition from Monopai Cambodia factory workers.
A dispute over sacked unionists involving Monopai Cambodia continues.
Aqua Performance in Dangkor district is completely destroyed in the blaze.
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.