For years, NagaWorld, Cambodia’s largest leisure resort, has refused to fully recognize IUF affiliate Labour Rights Supported Union of Khmer Employees of NagaWorld (LRSU) who continue to fight to improve wages, stop violence and harassment at work, and implement COVID-19 safety protocols. Now NagaCorp is paying its shareholders generously while laying off over 1300 workers without union representation and terminating their trade union leaders.
- LRSU has filed a collective labour dispute to the Cambodian’s Ministry of Labour & Vocational Training with the support of over 2,000 union members
- Two mediations have ended without any outcome as both the government and the employer refuse to recognize trade union rights under ILO Conventions 87 and 98
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IUF General Secretary Sue Longley stated, “The workers at NagaWorld have risked their lives during COVID-19. And once again, shareholders are rewarded on the backs of workers whom the company treats as disposable labour. We will not tolerate this blatant violation of rights, and we call on all IUF affiliates to join the fight-back.”