Labor Ministry Promises Former Hotel Employees Their Dues

Former employees of the Great Duke Hotel in Phnom Penh protested again outside the hotel for unpaid dues, with the Ministry of Labor announcing a compensation agreement but refusing to reveal the details of this deal.

Around 30 former employees of the now-shuttered Great Duke Hotel protested outside demanding their severance and seniority pay, which was supposed to be given to the former hotel staff, according to a February 20, 2020, Arbitration Council ruling.

Around 150 workers have been protesting since December 2019, when the hotel closed down, leaving the workers with unpaid dues.

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