Global Housekeeping Campaign launched at Cambodia’s biggest hotel casino
Members of the IUF-affiliated union at NagaWorld Hotel Casino participated in a "Make My Workplace Safe" meeting on July 27 and developed an action plan involving recruitment, education and collective bargaining.
The collective bargaining demands will include compulsory training of management to respect the work done by housekeepers as an essential, valued job in the hotel casino business.
The union represents 2,600 members at the Hong Kong-listed NagaWorld Hotel & Entertainment Complex in Phnom Penh. The parent company NagaCorp has a 41 year monopoly that prevents any other hotel casino development within a 200 KM radius of the city until 2035.
The union will join the global week of action in November.
NagaWorld Hotel Casino union members support housekeepers' fight for respect!