Brazil’s government will seek to classify “invasions” of farmland as akin to terrorism.
Nearly 500 workers at the Bai Hong factory in Svay Rieng province go on strike.
Nearly 500 workers at the Bai Hong factory in Svay Rieng province went on strike today after the company fired three representatives who were in the process of forming a union.
Protesting workers of VGreen agree to return to work with basic salary of $15.
Prestige Garment factory workers still protesting the sacking of a union-colleague.
A rice factory fire yesterday killed two workers and injured four others in Kampong Speu province’s Odong district.
Government officials have responded to a request made by the government of the United Arab Emirates for Cambodian workers.
Two Cambodians died and two others were seriously hurt on Friday when a van ferrying 10 workers from Thailand to the Poipet international border veered off the road and crashed into a tree in Sa Kaeo province.
The Centre for Alliance of Labour and Human Rights has found that companies are annually increasing production targets for workers in tandem with the rise in minimum wages.
Japanese bill to welcome foreign workers.
Public Works Ministry contracts workers to build a bridge alongside the Jan 7 Dam.
Over 2,000 workers from Quantum Clothing are protesting for nearly a week outside the factory following a change in ownership.
Apple will employ trafficking survivors to work in its retails stores.
A union leader representing thousands of informal workers called for the construction of nurseries for children of market vendors.
Cambodia will send about 5,000 workers to Kuwait for the first time in 2019, Minister of Labor Ith Samheng said today.
Nearly 100 workers at a shoe factory in Kampong Speu faint during their shift.
Nearly 100 workers at a shoe factory in Kampong Speu province fainted during their shift Friday morning after a worker suspected of living with epilepsy had a seizure.
Four workers were killed and two others injured during a lightning strike on Friday at a construction site in Preah Sihanouk province’s Prey Nob district.
Myanmar sends a total of 22,763 migrant workers to work abroad in September.
US Steel Corp workers are set to get the biggest wage jump in at least six years.
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.
A federal judge has ruled that Tesla must defend itself at a trial over allegations.
A meet with members of Japan’s parliament to discuss a project aimed at improving safety standards in the construction sector.
Labour Ministry said that employers agreed to increase their minimum wage proposal from $175 to $176.
Representatives of the government and the private sector applauded AmCham’s recent move to send a letter to US’ Congress asking American lawmakers to give careful consideration to the impact that sanctions on Cambodia would have on the people.
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.
Approximately 500 workers of Ghim Li Pte. Ltd. in Pur Senchey gathered outside the factory in an effort to block National Road 4.
A total of 451 overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have tested positive for (HIV).
Over 300 workers gathered at the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training to demand compensation from their former employer, Ghim Li (Cambodia) Pte, Ltd., after it closed.
Malaysian Police rescue 23 Cambodian workers believed to be victims of exploitation.