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Angry Workers: Drawn-out fight over Naga layoffs

Angry Workers: Drawn-out fight over Naga layoffs

Angry Workers
Leaders of the Cambodian Tourism and Service Workers Federation sent a letter Monday to Phnom Penh Governor Kep Chuktema to inform him about their plan to stage a press conference Friday in front of NagaWorld Hotel and Casino to press for the reinstatement of 14 employees who were fired in February.The union, part of the Cambodian Labour Confederation (CLC), represents 1,000 NagaWorld employees and has been threatening to strike for at least the past month. "We would like to inform you that it has been one month since leaders from the Cambodian Labour Confederation met with [Phnom Penh Deputy Governor Pa Socheatvong] to discuss the dispute, and so far we have not received any information or result," the letter reads, adding that union leaders had concluded that NagaWorld executives did not intend to reinstate the 14 employees. sam rith

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