The Development of Cambodia's Minimum Wage Law.
What does it mean for your industry?
09th December 2016 | 11:30-14:00 | NagaWorld Hotel
Minimum wages (MW) in Cambodia have only been applicable to the garment, footwear and textile sector – yet have been an important indicator of wage levels to other sectors. In September 2016, the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training (MoLVT), through the Labour Advisory Committee (LAC) negotiations and voting procedure, officially announced the new MW which will come into force in January 2017 – set at $153 per month, excluding mandatory allowances.
The MoLVT has also recently announced the development and implementation of a new Minimum Wage Law. The new Minimum Wage Law is aimed to formalize and bring into law, the procedures and processes of Minimum Wage Negotiations, in all sectors.
With recent pressure to consider national minimum wages and minimum wages in other industrial sectors, as well as the development of the Minimum Wage Law, CAMFEBA is pleased to invite all Senior Management Private Sector Representatives to engage in providing inputs into the structure and development of the New Minimum Wage Law and learn about its possible implications.
Join us at this important private sector dialogue. We need the engagement of all sectors.
|+ Understand MW Developments in Cambodia.|
|+ Understand the objective of the new MW Law.|
|+ Understand the stance of unions and other stakeholders on MWs.|
|+ Provide industry and company feedback on the impact of possible minimum wages in your sector.|
|+ Enjoy networking lunch.|
|+ Once the registration is made, a seat is booked for you. No refund is permissible.|
|+ Payment shall be made at the registration. If you need invoice in advance let us know.|
|+ Cancellation is accepted at no charge if it is made before 7th Dec 2016.|
|+ $35 / person for members of CAMFEBA|
|+ $50 / person for non-CAMFEBA members|
The price includes materials and lunch.
|Mr. Lay Chantheara|
|012 634 055/ 085 777 501|
Mr. Van Sou Ieng
Ms. Sandra D’Amico
Founder and Managing Director
HR INC ( Cambodia) Co., Ltd.
Lok Oknha Dr. Nang Sothy
Labour Advisory Committee