Cambodians Cry Foul As Casino Slashes Redundancy Pay Due to COVID-19

Cambodians Cry Foul As Casino Slashes Redundancy Pay Due to COVID-19

[VOA Cambodia] - 05/3/2021

With plunging profits, Cambodia's largest casino is set to slash 1,300 jobs and pay redundant staff a fraction of the severance money they are legally owed, the workers' union and advocates said, as the COVID-19 pandemic threatens labor laws worldwide. NagaWorld resort - with almost 1,700 (...)


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