Cintri employees hesitant to return to work

Employees of trash collection company Cintri were hesitant to return to work after it was decided in an October 7 meeting between company management, workers, and government representatives that the employees would only receive benefits if they were fired.

Mey Phan, a secretary representing Cintri workers with the Cambodian Tourism and Service Workers Federation said the municipal government and the company had agreed to meet the demands of the Cintri workers only if they were fired from their job at the company.

“The solution is good but workers want the company to meet all five of their demands,” Phan said, adding that he did not know whether all of the workers would agree to return to work or not.

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