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10 Feb 2016

Cambodian Food and Service Workers' Federation

Cambrew/Carlsberg continues to abuse workers’ rights in Cambodia

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Angkor beer promotion women are on strike after Cambrew/Carlsberg introduced new policies that violate Cambodian Labour Law. Cambrew/Carlsberg has responded by firing the striking unionists. This is yet another attempt from the side of Cambrew/Carlsberg to undermine union rights in Cambodia. CFSWF and our international allies will continue to stand for our rights, Carlsberg has to stop union busting in Cambodia!

CFSWF demands that:

1. All the striking workers should be immediately reinstated and compensate for the lost wage.

2. Cambrew/Carlsberg should stop union busting which is contrary to its commitment to respect  union  rights  as  a  member  of  the  UN  Global  Compact.

3. Cambrew/Carslberg should stop abusing short-duration contracts and should respect the

right to fixed duration contract, in line with the Cambodian Labour Law and the Labour

Arbitration Council ruling.

4. Cambrew/Carlsberg should ensure a safe and healthy working environment…

5. Cambrew/Carlsberg must comply its BSIC code of conduct…