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.
PM warns workers of unreasonable increase in the minimum wage.
The Arbitration Council expresses concern that it will not have enough funding to continue its work solving disputes between employers and workers.
Labour Ministry appeals to all owners of construction sites to increase safety measures.
Prime Minister Hun Sen has accused former opposition leader Sam Rainsy of hacking his Facebook page and posting false information.
Labour Ministry and relevant parties start talks on the minimum wage for workers in the textile, garment and footwear industries.
PM orders Labour Ministry to solve Julee Apparels factory unpaid-workers case after their Korean employer committed suicide.
The National Trade Union Confederation says that factory workers who took time off to vote in the national election have not filed any disputes against employers.
Rescue workers find destruction across the Indonesian resort island of Lombok.
Labour Ministry officials meet with Julee Apparel workers in Por Senchey who were protesting over unpaid wages.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says the election campaign period prevented the delivery of donations to flood victims.
Israel has about 100,000 foreign workers with valid work visas.
A bus carrying university workers plunged off a mountain road into a valley in western India on Saturday killing 33 people.
More than 1,000 garment factories gave workers time off to take part in yesterday’s election.
Article 89 of the Labour Law is amended to increase worker protection.
Days after thousands of workers fainted at the Carlington factory, nearly 300 more faint.
Nearly 300 workers, including 11 pregnant women, faint after a short circuit at a footwear factory in Choeung Prey district.
Over 1,000 You Li International Factory workers reach an agreement with their employer.
A trip to North Korea seems almost impossible, let alone a visit to the factories and farms of a nation that has closed itself off from the world’s view.
Over 1,000 garment workers at the You Li International factory in Svay Rieng continued protesting for better working conditions.
The Cambodian Embassy in Thailand has instructed illegal migrant workers there to get in contact with its personnel in order to get travel documents allowing them to return to Cambodia.
Nearly 50 workers, including five pregnant women, at Juhui Footwear factory, fainted.
Thai police have deported three Cambodian migrant workers who crossed into Thailand to find jobs.
More than 100 workers at the Pontus Footwear factory in Tram Kak district faint.
One worker causes massive hysteria on the Pontus Footwear factory floor, prompting factory owners to give 249 workers rest.
More than 30 workers faint at the Kai Neng leather products factory after one of them collapsed with a fever.