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Hiring freeze for ministries

The government has suspended the recruitment of new officials for all ministries and institutions for 2022, reversing the government’s previous plans to recruit some 6,000 new officials to replace those lost to retirement or other factors. ...

Lay Samean
https://www.phnompenhpost.com/national/hiring-freeze-ministries

Ministry to Survey Gap Between University, Jobs

The Ministry of Education is preparing to distribute questionnaires nationwide to assess the gap between the job market and subjects being studied by university students. As Cambodia’s economy develops, employers have complained that there are too many graduates in subjects such as management and business, ...

http://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/ministry-to-survey-gap-between-university-jobs-34764/

Job fair attracts a big crowd

Officials confirmed there were more than 20,000 participants at the job fair on Saturday organised by the National Employment Agency of the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training, which was held in an effort to educate job seekers about current opportunities. Sokkhon David, acting director of information ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012110559560/Business/job-fair-attracts-a-big-crowd.html

Senate Approves Law Allowing Cambodians to Work in Qatar

The Senate yesterday approved a law making way for Cambodians to travel to Qatar for work, an official said. The 52 senators present passed the law unanimously and without amendments, said Oum Sarith, Senate cabinet chief. The agreement lets Cambodians work in the oil-rich emirate’s service ...

Walmart intervention sought at Thai factory

A large North American union has called on US retail giant Walmart to take immediate action against one of its seafood suppliers in Thailand accused of holding Cambodian workers in debt bondage while barely providing them with enough money to eat. The United Food and Commercial Workers ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012041855630/National-news/walmart-intervention-sought-at-thai-factory.html

Labor minister defends loophole in maids ban

The Minister of Labor yesterday defended his ministry’s much-criticized interpretation of Prime Minister Hun Sen’s ban on sending maids to Malaysia, after it allowed about 3,000 young women to still be sent abroad despite the serious risk of abuse and exploitation. Minister of Labor Vong Sauth ...

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