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Strike at Caltex on hold as firm reviews wages

Strike at Caltex on hold as firm reviews wages

Caltex staff agreed to return to work following a weeklong strike over pay and benefits after being promised a $20 one-off bonus and a wage review on Friday.

Sar Mora, president of the Cambodia Food and Service Workers Federation, said that Caltex’s parent company, Chevron, had promised to assess over a two-month period how much it could pay employees.

About 300 workers in Phnom Penh joined the strike on May 12.

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