កម្មករ ត្រឡប់ចូលធ្វើការវិញ បន្ទាប់ពីមានការដួលរលំតំបូលរោងចក្រ
កម្មករដែលធ្វើការនៅក្នុងរោងចក្រកាត់ដេរមួយ ក្នុង ខេត្ត តាកែវ ដែលផ្នែកមួយនៃតំបូលរបស់គេបានបាក់កាលពីខែមុន បាននាំគ្នា ត្រឡប់ចូលធ្វើការវិញ កាលពីម្សិលមិញ ប៉ុន្តែនៅក្នុងអគារផ្សេងគ្នា។ ...
Sean Teehan and Mom Kunthear
ILO និយាយថា ការធ្វើឲ្យរោងចក្រកាត់ដេរអាម៉ាស់មុខនាំឲ្យបទដ្ឋានការងារប្រសើរឡើង
យោងតាមអង្គការពលកម្មអន្តរជាតិ ILOបានឲ្យដឹងថា ការបញ្ចេញឈ្មោះ និងការធ្វើ ...
ហ៊ូលលី រ៉ូបិនស៊ិន និង ស៊ុន ហេង
អគាររោងចក្រ យូអេសអេ ហ្វូលី ហ្វៀលហ្គាមិន (USA Fully Field Garment) ដែលមានទីតាំងស្ថិតក្នុងខណ្ឌមានជ័យ រាជធានីភ្នំពេញបច្ចុប្បន្ននេះមិនមានអ្វីនៅខាងក្នុងទេ ហើយនៅខាងក្រោមមានសំរាមរាយបា៉ាយ និងឡាំងពេញដោយស្លាកសម្គាល់ម៉ាកសម្លៀក ...
Simon Henderson និង ឃី សុវុទ្ធី
ILO-BFC unveils worker mobile phone call-in project report
The International Labour Organisation’s Better Factories Cambodia program (BFC) releases the first report from its mobile phone call-in project aimed at educating garment and footwear workers. The mobile phone project entitled Kamako Chhnoeum (‘Outstanding Worker’ in Khmer) received 3,245 valid phone calls in its first two ...
Fibre2Fashion News Staff
Monitor, GMAC at odds over plan
The head of the Better Factories Cambodia (BFC) program said yesterday that consultations on its new public-disclosure initiative have been going on for more than a year, contrary to claims by a garment factory representative who characterised the process as hasty. Jill Tucker, chief technical adviser ...
Daniel de Carteret and May Kunmakara
Cambodian Garment Factories Come Under Scrutiny
A monitoring group backed by the United Nations said it would begin to publicize garment factories’ compliance with worker rights and safety standards in Cambodia, a controversial program that its organizers say will be the world’s most extensive initiative to improve working conditions at plants. The ...
Mum’s the word at yearly brand forum
Cambodia’s biggest international garment brands met yesterday to discuss wage issues, strikes and worker conditions, among other of the industry’s most pressing topics. But in a year marked by a fatal building collapse at the Wing Star Shoes factory in Kampong Speu, mass demonstrations, and bankruptcies ...
Garment grievances to be aired
Calls for big-name apparel brands to take more responsibility for working conditions in Cambodian garment factories are growing louder as representatives of retail companies ranging from H&M to Wal-Mart arrive in Phnom Penh for a semi-annual buyers’ forum this week. Since it began three years ...
Cambodia garment workers’ plight worsening: ILO
Cambodia is backsliding in efforts to improve working conditions in its garment industry, the International Labour Organisation said yesterday, following a series of strikes at factories producing western-brand clothing. The kingdom is failing to make progress in key areas such as worker and fire safety and ...
ILO to name unsafe Cambodia garment factories
The ILO is preparing to name Cambodian garment factories failing to comply with local safety requirements. The International Labour Organisation says Cambodian garment factories refusing to comply with safety requirements have one last chance before they are named and shamed. Jill Tucker, chief technical advisor for ...
ASICS Wants Monitoring Of Cambodian Sub-Contractors After Accident
The Japanese athletics brand ASICS said Friday that it would push its four Cambodian sub-contractors to join a programme that monitors conditions in garment and shoe factories. “We will strongly request to our sub-contractors in Cambodia to sign up to this programme,” Katsumi Funakoshi, ASICS ...
Cambodian factory deaths shine spotlight on conditions
The deaths of at least two Cambodian workers and injuries sustained by 10 colleagues at a shoe factory southwest of Phnom Penh once more shine a light on conditions in the global garment manufacturing industry. Thursday’s accident at the Wing Star Shoe factory in the Cambodian ...
Monitoring for Nothing: Is the ILO’s ‘Better Factories’ programme failing the Kingdom’s garment workers?
The United Nations in Cambodia has taken a beating in recent months. The UN-backed Khmer Rouge tribunal has been plagued by high-profile resignations and accusations of political interference. Elsewhere human rights activists have criticised the UN’s failure to take a firm stance against an increasingly ...