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Cambodia: Factory yields to workers’ demands for better treatment, end to unjustified firings, creation of union, & three months off work for women after childbirth

Author: Sen David, Khmer Times, Published on: 7 January 2018

"Workers win their demands", 04 January 2018

Nearly 7,000 workers from the Taieasy International garment factory in Pursat province returned to work…after reaching a solution to their labour dispute….

They demanded better working conditions, including leniency over employee absences, more respect from managers, an end to unjustified firings, permission to create a union and guarantees that pregnant workers who deliver babies would get three paid months off work.

…The company agreed to cede to all the workers’ demands.

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Related companies: Taieasy International