Cambodia surveys garment workers’ lives World

Cambodia surveys garment workers’ lives

Cambodia’s Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training (MLVT) is conducting a survey on garment workers’ living conditions and the impact of COVID-19 on them until July 31, local Khmer Times reported.
Indian expert hails Vietnam’seconomic growth Business

Indian expert hails Vietnam’seconomic growth

The economic prospect of Vietnam is bright and the country’s economic growth story is like a “miracle”, S D Pradhan, deputy national security adviser of India, commented in a recent article run by Times of India newspaper.
Cambodia: garment workers hit by COVID-19 World

Cambodia: garment workers hit by COVID-19

Spokesperson of the Cambodian Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training Heng Sour said over 50 factories have filed for work suspension, affecting nearly 30,000 workers, the Phnom Penh Post reported.
How labour safety is regulated amid pandemic Society

How labour safety is regulated amid pandemic

Under the Law on Labour, in what cases will employees have the right to take leave or work from home for disease prevention? How will they be paid during their absence in such cases?
Thailand to raise minimum wage next year World

Thailand to raise minimum wage next year

The national wage committee of Thailand on December 6 agreed to increase the minimum daily wage from 308-330 baht (10.16-10.88 USD) to 313-336 baht (10.32-11.08 USD).
Nguyen Dinh Khang elected as new VGCL President Society

Nguyen Dinh Khang elected as new VGCL President

Nguyen Dinh Khang, a Party Central Committee member and Secretary of the Party Organization of the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour (VGCL), was elected President of the VGCL at the fourth meeting of the 12th-term VGCL Executive Committee convened in Hanoi on July 28-29.