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Garment Factory Lease Issues Cause Protests Over Severance

Afraid that the Dai Young Cambodia Co garment factory in Phnom Penh would not be renewing its land lease, more than 800 workers protested on Saturday at the factory in Russei Keo district demanding that the owner sign a guarantee of severance pay, labor unions ...

June Textiles Agrees to Compensate Workers

June Textiles Factory has agreed to compensate more than 4,000 workers who have lost their jobs when the factory burned down after months of protests and arbitration hearings. The announcement came from the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia that the workers would be receiving the ...

June Textile to pay workers

June Textile Factory will compensation the more than 4,000 workers in accordance with an Arbitration Council ruling, granting the workers severance pay after the Phnom Penh factory burned down. According to Albert Teoh, administration director of June Textile Factory, all workers would receive the full ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2011072550603/National-news/june-textile-to-pay-workers.html

June Textile Workers Continue Protests

Factory workers from the burnt down June Textile Company have returned to the streets in protest after due to an objection by the factory officials. Last month the Arbitration Council ruled in favor of the workers providing them with a favorable severance payment, which the ...

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