រោងចក្រកាត់ដេរមួយបានបណ្ដេញកម្មករជិត ៦០០ នាក់
រោងចក្រ ហ្គាវ័ន អាផារៀល (Gawon Apparel) នៅក្នុងក្រុងតាខ្មៅ ខេត្តកណ្តាលបានបណ្តេញកម្មករជិត ៦០០ នាក់ ពីបទរំលោភច្បាប់ដីកាបង្គាប់ឱ្យពួកគេត្រឡប់ទៅធ្វើការវិញក្រោយការតវ៉ារយៈពេលជាច្រើនខែ។ ...
តំណាងសហជីពមួយរូបបានឲ្យដឹងកាលពីម្សិលមិញថា កម្មករជាង១០០នាក់ដែលត្រូវបានរោងចក្រកាត់ដេរគ្រប់គ្រងដោយជនជាតិចិនតៃវ៉ាន់ បណ្ដេញចេញពីការងារនៅក្នុងសប្ដាហ៍នេះ ដោយសារការធ្វើកូដកម្មជុំវិញការទាមទារ ...
តុលាការខេត្តតាកែវ ដោះលែងសហជីពស៊ីខៅឌូ ៨នាក់ បន្ទាប់ពីការសួរចម្លើយ
កាលពីម្សិលមិញ តុលាការខេត្តតាកែវ បានដោះលែង សហជីពចំនួន៨នាក់ បន្ទាប់ពីការសួរចម្លើយ អស់រយៈពេលជាច្រើនម៉ោង។ ក្រុមសកម្មជនសហជីព មកពីសម្ព័ន្ធសហជីពប្រជាធិបតេប្រទេសកម្ពុជាកម្មករកាត់ដេរ (ហៅកាត់ថា ស៊ីខៅឌូ ...
បុគ្គលិកសារព័ត៌មាន The Cambodia Herald
Fears SL strike could get ugly
Union officials fear violence that occurred at two separate rallies in front of the SL Garment Processing (Cambodia) Ltd factory last week will continue at one scheduled this morning. About 10 SL strikers were injured during demonstrations on Thursday and Friday, when uniformed and plain-clothes SL ...
Factory Workers Demand Release of Eight After Protest
About 1,000 garment workers on Wednesday demonstrated outside Kompong Speu Provincial Court calling for the release of eight people arrested during a protest this week over wages at a factory supplying U.S. brand Nike, a union official said. Fighting between the workers on Monday displayed ...
Hun Sen Orders Workers Compensated
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen has promised to compensate thousands of garment workers demanding back pay they say they are owed since their factory owner fled the country to escape mounting debt, according to officials. Kandal provincial labor department director Thol Neang told RFA’s ...
More workers join Svay Rieng strike
Workers from at least six more factories in Bavet town’s Manhattan and Tay Seng Special Economic Zones joined about 5,000 workers who had been on strike since yesterday for a minimum wage increase and better working conditions. Va Sarorn, director of the Svay Rieng ...
Thousands Protest, Claiming Unpaid Salaries
Thousands of employees of two Singaporean-owned Yung Wah Industrial (Cambodia) Co.Ltd. factories, which produce shirts for Gap Inc. among other international brands, went on strike yesterday in Kandal province, claiming that they were not paid their salaries for last month. “Normally, salaries are paid between the ...
Minimum wage may rise for Cambodian garment workers
The Cambodia’s Ministry of Labour has scheduled a meeting on February 26 with representatives of various unions to discuss the new minimum wage for garment workers in the country. However, the Ministry expects the various workers’ unions to agree on what the new wage should ...
Government Tells Unions to Agree on Minimum Wage Demands
The government on Monday requested that manufacturers look at raising the minimum wage for garment workers, but only after divided trade unions agree on what that wage should be. “After discussions, those present at the meeting agree in principle to discuss raising the minimum wage ...
Thousands protest outside Gladpeer Garment Factory
More than 2,000 workers demonstrated in front of Phnom Penh’s Gladpeer Garment Factory yesterday, demanding a higher minimum wage and several other concessions. The workers decided to strike after the Por Sen Chey district factory did not respond to repeated requests to raise their monthly minimum ...