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Labour Compliance Obligations and Procedures in Cambodia

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Training on
Labour Compliance Obligations and Procedures in Cambodia
19 December 2015

Under the newly established Inter-Ministerial Prakas no. 377 of the Ministry of Justice and the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training, the base daily wages to be used for the calculation of the penalties for any enterprise that does not comply with the Labour Law was increased from 8,000 Riels to 40,000 Riels per day. For instance, the penalty for any enterprise which does not have the internal regulations as required by article 22 of the Labour Law is increased from the maximum of 240,000 Riels to 1,200,000 Riels. In order to help enterprises avoid this high non-compliance cost as well as to improve their labor compliances, 3E Advisory and Training organizes this practical training course to share our practical knowledge and hands-on experiences on what labour compliance obligations required by the Labour Law and regulations and how enterprises should do to fulfill them.

EXPECTED OUTCOMES
  1. All types of labour compliance obligations with the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training from A to Z
  2. Procedure and forms to be used for each compliance obligation
  3. Penalty for non-compliance under the Labour Law (Relevant regulations and templates will be provided)

COURSE CONTENTS
  1. Declaration for opening/closing of enterprise
  2. Payroll Ledger registration
  3. Registration of Enterprise Book
  4. Employing child labour
  5. Registration with and paying the contribution to the National Social Security Fund
  6. Developing and Registering of Internal Regulations
  7. Staff movement declaration
  8. Employment card for Cambodian workers
  9. Quota request for hiring the foreign employees
  10. Employment card and Work Permit for foreign employees
  11. Shop steward election and registration
  12. Requesting for overtime permission
  13. Health check-up for Cambodian and foreign employees
  14. Occupational Health and Safety obligations

TRAINER PROFILE
1- Mr. SOM Chamnan, Advisor of MoLVT, is currently the Advisor to the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training, where he provides technical and legal support to the General Directorate of Labour and serves as the Deputy Head of the Secretariat of the International Labor Working Group. 

Prior to joining the Ministry, Chamnan was the Manager of the Labor & Compliance Practice Group of Bun & Associates Law Firm; the Legal & Labor Manager of the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC); the Executive Director, Legal Advisor, and Labor Law Trainer of the Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (CAMFEBA); and the Legal Officer of the Arbitration Council Foundation. Chamnan has very extensive and hands-on practical knowledge and experiences in the area of Labor Law and Industrial Relations as he has been practicing this law for over 10 years through advising, providing training and participating in the drafting of many labor regulations.

Under the Australian Leadership Award, Chamnan pursued his study in Australia and obtained the Master of Commercial Law from the University of Melbourne. He also holds a Bachelor of Law from the Royal University of Law and Economic Sciences and a Bachelor of Philosophy from the Royal University of Phnom Penh. Besides, he has also attended many international training/internship programmes, inter alia, the International Internship at the International Labor Organization in Geneva as well as the international training in Italy, South Korea, Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam.

2- Mr. Ouk Chanthou, Director of Labour Inspection Department of MoLVT, is currently the Director of Labour Inspection Department of Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training. In this position, he is in charge of all work relating to labor inspection and some labor compliances that enterprises need to request from the Labor Inspection Department. Mr. Ouk Chanthou is also a member of many task forces, including the Single Inspection Team and the Project Advisory Committee of the ILO Better Factories Cambodia (ILO BFC).

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This training is highly recommended for manager and executives who are responsible for labour compliance management and implementation.

COURSE DETAILS
Date:                19 December 2015
Venue:             Hotel/Restaurant located in Phnom Penh
Time:                8:30 am- 17.00 pm
Language:       Khmer
Fee:                 US$ 150 per pax, excluding tax (Meal, materials and certificates provided)

Terms & Conditions:
  • 100% of fee will be charged for no-show unless a written cancellation is made within 3 days in advance.
  • 10% discount for organization registering from 2 participants
  • 10% discount for participant paying the training fee on or before the training day.(One participant is entitled to only one discount)

FURTHER INFORMATION & REGISTRATION
Mobile: 017 863 327  -  077 201 133
E-mail:  info@3eadvisorytrg.com
Registration deadline: 17 December 2015
The number of seat is limited, so first come, first served

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