Hun Many calls for rigor in civil service recruitment drive

Hun Many, Minister of Civil Service has called for the review of the structure and function of ministries, institutions, and subnational administrations to address uncertain or redundant tasks and responsibilities. ...

Torn Vibol

Ministry of Information officially launches “Health Room for Officers”

In order to protect officials’ health and help reduce their spending, the Ministry of Information launched the “Health Room for Officers” on May 15, 2024,under the presidency of Minister of Information Neth Pheaktra. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Freeze on transfer of civil servants between ministries

The Ministry of Civil Service has issued a circular putting a freeze on transfer of civil servants from one institution to another to maintain workflow and stability. ...

Torn Vibol

Govt, UNDP discuss civil service improvements

Hun Many, the Minister of Civil Service, and Alissar Chaker, Resident Representative of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Cambodia yesterday discussed priority tasks to improve civil services. ...

Nang Veasna

Unbiased recruitment: PM orders selection of civil servants through national exams

In a bid to ensure transparency in the selection process, all new recruits will have to go through stringent national exams before they are accepted into the government. ...

Torn Vibol

Prime Minister assures civil servants their jobs are safe

Officials and leaders of the armed forces with positions in the previous mandate such as the secretary of state, the undersecretary of state, the advisor to the government, provincial governors  and all deputy governors will not face a shake-up in a new government, Prime Minister ...

Soth Koemsoeun

Financial support offered to pregnant civil servants

FacebookTwitterEmailShareThe government will expand its support programme to female civil servants and contract workers who become pregnant, as enjoyed by pregnant garment workers to alleviate hardship and reduce poverty in Cambodia. ...

Hang Punreay

Prime Minister urges civil servants to increase efficiency

Prime Minister Hun Sen reminded all civil servants, especially commune council members, to continue to pay close attention to fulfilling their duties and responsibilities to serve the nation and the people. In particular, they should provide them with efficient services and avoid causing problems that ...

Orm Bunthoeurn

Government improves benefits for pensioners

The government has issued a sub-decree on increasing social security benefits for former civil servants and veterans and sponsoring maids for certain disabled people after the Ministry of Labour recently announced social security pensions for individuals in factories, establishments and companies. ...

Hang Punreay

PM pushes to close pension gaps

Prime Minister Hun Sen has told the Ministry of Economy and Finance to speed up the preparation of the budget to address the pension inequality of low-paid civil servants and veterans. ...

Lay Samean

650 civil servants get digital tech training

The Ministry of Post and Telecommunications’ Cambodia Academy of Digital Technology has announced that it provided digital skills training for 650 civil servants between November and March, offering certificates upon completion that it says will prove their digital competency. ...

Orm Bunthoeurn

PM: One-year contracts for civil servants

The government has agreed in principle to the recruitment of nearly 46,000 contract officials to serve in various ministries and institutions, while not allowing the recruitment of new civil servants into the state employment framework to replace any retirees, with a few notable exceptions. ...

Mom Kunthear

Civil servants prohibited from practise of law while in office

Minister of Interior Sar Kheng instructed civil servants to take action against their colleagues who are working in public service while privately practising law. Lawyers who hold government posts, he warned, have three months to decide which career they intend to pursue.   ...

Voun Dara

Gov’t suspends recruitment of new civil service officers to save National Budget to handle C-19

The government has decided to suspend the recruitment of new government officers in 2022 to save national budget to help Cambodians with their health and social issues while handling the Covid-19 crisis. ...

Sen David

‘Ghost staff’ found, $1.7M returned to state coffers

The Ministry of Civil Service said more than seven billion riel ($1.7 million) in salaries for civil servants was returned to the state last year after it discovered that the books had been cooked to pay ‘ghost officials’. This is despite claims by the Ministry of ...

Long Kimmarita

Government raises retirement age for civil servants to 60

The Ministry of Civil Service released a letter on Thursday addressed to senior leaders of all institutions in the Kingdom announcing a change in the retirement age of civil servants. In compliance with Article 26 of the Law on Social Security Fund, civil servants, regardless ...

Long Kimmarita

Wages set to increase for civil servants

The government will increase the minimum wage for civil servants, teachers, doctors, and armed forces in a move to improve their living conditions next year. Speaking in a cabinet meeting at the Peace Palace on Friday, Prime Minister Hun Sen said that wages for both government ...

Khy Sovuthy

Thousands of civil servants access free healthcare

Nearly 10,000 civil servants and those who had retired from service were treated in hospital in the first six months of the year after healthcare insurance for these groups came into effect. The National Social Security Fund said it was registering with more state clinics and ...

Sen David

New system for managing civil servants

The Ministry of Public Function has cooperated with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications to establish a modernised civil servants management system for the Ministry of Health to manage its officials more efficiently. ...

Decree reviewed for loopholes

The Interior Ministry yesterday created a working group to review possible loopholes in a royal decree establishing a social security healthcare fund for public officials, civil servants and veterans. ...

Khuon Narim

PM clarifies retirement age

Prime Minister Hun Sen has announced that the retirement age for civil servants is still 60 after confusion spread following a government notice that it plans to extend the retirement age to 65 for teachers.​ ...

Sen David

PM calls to slow hiring of new civil servants

Prime Minister Hun Sen announced yesterday that the government will cut back on recruiting new employees next year to reduce its spending on civil servant salaries. ...

Post Staff

Civil servants to get $12 for Pchum Ben

The government has issued a sub-decree that all civil servants will this year receive about $12 each for the upcoming Pchum Ben festival. ...

Pech Sotheary

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