WORKERS at the construction firm KC Gecin Enterprises are set to call off their week-long strike after workers were summoned yesterday to the Ministry of Labour’s Arbitration Council for talks with company representatives. “I selected the worker and union representative to negotiate with the company and Arbitration Council and it will start this week,” said Sok Sovandeth, president of the Cambodian National Federation of Building and Wood Workers. Workers have protested in front of the company’s office in Meanchey district since August 13, when 27 workers who allegedly fired for attempting to unionise.
KC workers to end strike
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