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The law mandating by-phase release of “Seniority Payment” to employees, enacted late last month, are likely to cause far-reaching impacts on businesses across both labor intensive and capital intensive sectors. The impacts of the new law (called Law on Amendments to Labor Law) on employers and businesses may not be on financial resources only, but also human resources planning.

Given the quick pace of development of this law, it is important employers and businesses become informed, provide input and views, and prepare for the implementation of the law.

SCOPE OF TALK

  • Main features and provisions of the new law, and what have differed from the previous law
  • Potential impacts of the new law on employers and businesses in Cambodia
  • How your views and input will be conveyed to Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training.
 

 

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TENTATIVE AGENDA TERM & CONDITION JOINING FEE SPEAKER
 

 
11:00-11:30 Registration & Guest arrival
CAMFEBA Secretariat
11:30-12:10 Serve Lunch
12:10-12:20 Mr. Van calls to order with welcome remark
Oknha Van Sou Ieng, President of AMFEBA
12:20-12:40 Presentation: The amendments, what they are replacing, and their impact on business
Mr. Sok Lor, Secretary General CAMFEBA
12:40-14:00 Panel Discussion and Q and A
Oknha Van Sou Ieng of President of AMFEBA
  Ms. Sandra D’Amico, VP of CAMFEBA, MD of HRINC Group
  Mr. Sok Lor, SG of CAMFEBA, MD of Sok Xing, Hwang firm
Mr. Ken Loo, SG of GMAC
14:00-
+ The fee excludes any taxes.
+ The payment is made at the registration desk.
+ Reserve your seat ASAP.
+ The cancellation is acceptable at no fee charge if made one day before event.
+ You shall be charged if you do not appear without prior cancellation.
+ The discussion will be in Kh/Eng!
+ $30 members of CAMFEBA
+ $40 non-members

   The price includes materials and lunch

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
 
     
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Mr. Van Sou Ieng    Ms. Sandra D'Amico
President of CAMFEBA   Vice President
 
 
 
He is the President of Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (CAMFEBA) which represents all sectors of businesses including,....   Ms. Sandra D’Amico is the Founder and Managing Director of HRINC (Cambodia) Co., Ltd.....
Mr. Van Sou Ieng
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He is the President of Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (CAMFEBA) which represents all sectors of businesses including garment, shoes, hotel, construction, property developers and other business associations. .

He is also Chairman of the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) since its inception in 1995. Garment and shoes exports account for around 75% of Cambodia’s total export, and the sector contributes close to 20% of the country’s GDP.

Mr. Van is also a Member of ASEAN Business Advisory Council (ABAC), and Member of ASEAN Federation of Textile Industries (AFTEX).

Mr. Van also works closely with the government, representing the voices of the private sector in several committees. He is the Vice Chairman of National Training Board (NTB); Co-chair of the Government-Private Sector Working Group: the 7th Working Group dealing with Export Processing and Trade Facilitation; a Member of the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Board; a member of the Committee on the Review of Cambodia’s Implementation of the UN Convention on Anti-Corruption Law; a member of the Inception Committee of the National Commercial Arbitration NAC.

As a businessman, his business portfolio includes insurance, garment, retails, country club, hotel, to restaurant businesses.

 
Ms. Sandra D'Amico
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Ms. Sandra D’Amico is the Founder and Managing Director of HRINC (Cambodia) Co., Ltd (www.hrinc.com.kh) and BDLINK (Cambodia) Co., Ltd (www.bdlink.com.kh). She has served on the board of CAMFEBA in various positions since 2005.

Sandra set up HRINC (Cambodia) in 2005 and later set up BDLINK Cambodia, a consulting and market research services firm. In her professional life, she has worked across a range of topics including economic development, financial services, de-dollarization, SME, employment and labour market. In 2008, Sandra was awarded the prestigious ASEAN Women Entrepreneur of the Year award under the Women’s Global Summit and Vietnam Chamber of Commerce (VCCI) and in 2010 HRINC received a prestigious HR Leadership Award in Singapore under Employer Branding Awards. In 2016, HRINC has been awarded a prestigious recognition of outstanding recruitment awards at the Asian Recruitment Awards. Her offices are today also represented in Myanmar with the aim of helping other Cambodian companies follow suit.

Sandra has contributed significantly to policy and labour affairs in Cambodia as well as at a regional and global level representing Cambodia and ASEAN employers in the region as well as a regular speaker and representative at the annual International Labour Conference.

     
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Mr. Ken Loo    Mr. Sok Lor
Secretary General GMAC   Secretary General CAMFEBA
 
 
 
  Mr. Sok Lor serves a Member / Secretary General of the Executive Board of Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations......
 
   
Mr. Sok Lor
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Mr. Sok Lor serves a Member / Secretary General of the Executive Board of Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations.

Mr. Sok is Managing Director of Sok Xing and Hwang law and policy firm. He has over 10 years of legal and executive experience in the private and public sectors. A recognized leader in labor and employment laws, he is called on by government to provide counsel on legal and policy issues at the intersection of labor market governance, economic legislations, and national investment promotion. He has mediated and helped enterprises and their employees settle some of the most complex and high-profile industrial conflicts in addition to having managed a broad range of M and A and project financing deals.

Before founding Sok Xing and Hwang, Mr. Sok was executive director of the Arbitration Council Foundation. As executive director, he designed and executed a diversity of international development law programs and private-public partnership projects, including with Sida, SDC, USAID and World Bank.

A member of the Cambodian bar association, Mr. Sok holds an LL.M degree from Harvard Law School, USA and an LL.B from Royal University of Law and Economics, Cambodia.

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