Cambodian Labor Law

Training Course
Cambodian Labor Law 
(for All employers and employees) 
         Date: 18-19 (Sat-Sun) May 2013                            Venue: Restaurant/Hotel
Time: 8:00am-17:00pm                                          Language: Khmer

The Cambodian Labor Law provides an ultimate foundation for an organization and its management that’s necessary to develop proper internal rules and to comply with the basic needs of labor law requirements of the Kingdom of Cambodia. The course guides and thoroughly details on practical approaches for effective internal rules development, tools for monitoring the labor practices and relations and necessity feedback on daily operation of the organization. Cambodian Labor Law definitely helps directors, HR managers, supervisors, line managers, employee relations officer, administrative officers, and compliance officers gain clear practical knowledge of requirements of the law, designing the proper management rules, and implementing the right policies of labor relations.

Overall Objective
The labor law course designs to help international and local NGOs, associations, companies and their employees better understand and comply the employment laws of Cambodia. It integrates the major sources of law-laws, executive regulations and Arbitration council decisions - into a single easy-to-use handout.
Expected Outcome
  • Understand the meaning of Cambodian Labor Law;
  • Able to develop organizational internal rules which is compliance with Labor Law;
  • Able to produce the employment contracts legally;
  • Able to solve the employment conflicts legally; and
  • Avoid any violation of Labor in an organization.

Course Outlines
Chapter I: Regulating Employment
Chapter II: Hiring Employees
  • Sources of Law
  • Organizations Governed by the Labor Law
  • Employment Contracts
  • Internal Regulations

  • Preference of Cambodian Nationals
  • Non-Discrimination in Employment Practices
  • Hiring Foreigners
  • Payment for Job Placement Prohibited
  • Young Employees and Minimum Age Rules
  • Medical Checks
Chapter III: Classification of Employees
Chapter IV: Wages
  • Fixed & Unspecified Duration Contracts
  • Casual Employees
  • Part-time Employees
  • Probationary Employees
  • Volunteers, Interns, and Trainees
  • Independent Consultants
  • Apprentices
  • Payment of Wages
  • Notifying Employees about Wages
  • Minimum Wages
  • Deductions and Fines
  • Supervision an Distributions of Tips and Service Charges
  • Salary Tax
  • Expatriate NGO Employee Salary Tax Exemption
Chapter V: Working Hours and Overtime                
Chapter VI: Holidays, Leave and Benefits
  • Normal Working Hours
  • Overtime
  • Alternative Work Schedules
  • Young Employees
  • Paid Public Holidays
  • Paid Annual Leave
  • Special Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Maternity and Paternity Leave
  • Breast Feeding
  • Nursing Room and Daycare Center
Chapter VII: Disciplinary Action & Dismissal 
Chapter VIII: Health and Safety Precaution
  • Disciplinary Action
  • Serious Misconduct
  • Claims Against the Organization & its Managers
  • Suspension of the Employment Contracts
  • Termination of FDC
  • Notice Requirement for FDC
  • Severance at Expiration of FDC
  • Termination of UDC
  • Notice Requirement for UDC
  • Indemnity for UDC Termination
  • Damages
  • Working Environment
  • Sanitation and Hygiene
  • First Aid and Infirmary
  • Drinking Water and Alcohol
  • Seating
Chapter IX: Record Keeping, Documentation  & Posting        
  • Declaration of Opening and Close an Organization
  • Establishment Register
  • Payroll Ledger
  • Employment Card and Workbook
  • Declaration of Movement of Personnel
  • Internal Regulations
  • Posting

Who is the trainer?
Mr. Veth Sokhim (Specialties: Administration, HR and Labor Law)
Mr. VETH Sokhim belongs as an adjunct for almost 10-year extensive working experiences in Human Resource, Administration and Operation departments holding the position of Manager in both local and International NGOs and business companies.  He actively involves in the establishment and delivery of an effective HR and administration capability by providing support across the areas of internal policies development, office management, OSHA, recruitment, induction, training and development, payroll, leave, staff performance management, remuneration review, succession planning, and industrial & employee relations. Sokhim gains senior experiences through his involvement in the organization management team. He actively involved in developing organization strategic plan, Human Resource and Administrative strategic plans, tools to implement, measuring and evaluating the plans. He is the one obliged for the success of general operating in the entire organization.

Sokhim is also a founder of Friends Help Friend Foundation (FHF) in 2009. The foundation’s mission is to build and improve youth capacity in positive thinking toward globalization and environment change. His role is to empower community people, youths and children to work independently for their community development and prospect careers.  Many NGOs and business companies invite him to conduct trainings on Administration and Labor Law for hundreds of directors, managers and staff through his practical experiences. He became a professional trainer to NGOs, government and businesses for over 4 years and he has been well-known and recognized by many institutions.

Who should attend the course?

  • Directors of NGOs, Associations, and Companies
  • Staffs at HR and/or Administrative Departments
  • Line managers and supervisors
  • Staffs in all fields who want to know about their legal rights in their current workplace.

What does the training course will be included?

  • Lunch (Buffet) and four times of refreshment
  • Training pack and group photo of participants
  • Certificate Awarded By: ODCC
Training Fee
  • Early Bird Fee  - Before 10th  May 2013: USD 69
  • Normal Fee      - After 10th  May 2013: USD 79

Tel              : 066 53 30 23 / 012 41 23 31
Email          :
Website      :
Office         : #4G, St. 271, Sangkat Boeug Tumpun, Khan Mean Chey, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Closing Date: 16 May 2013
Please hurry up as SEATS ARE LIMITED!



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