Around 40 Alaska Massage workers attended a meeting organized by CFSWF in Siam Reap on June 25, 2013. CFSWF has organized massage workers since 2012. Early this year, CFSWF staged a protest advocating case of dismissed Azziadie massage workers in Phnom Penh. The protest revealed the workers' misery behind so called entertainment industry. Meanwhile in Siam Reap, the federation has organized Alaska Massage workers since ...
Invisibility of women workers in service industry due to traditional gendered role attributed to women has been a major concern in organizing. Workplace organizing, through series of activities, such as organizing discussion at workers communities and/or housing area has shed a light on workers regarding their rights in the service industry.
On June 23, 2013, CFSWF organized organizers meeting in Siam Reap. The meeting was attended ...
Around 20 cleaners from Cambrew Beer factory attended the training. The session was initiated by CFSWF explaining the rights of workers according to the law. CFSWF also shared success case studies of workers in beer industry, promotion and gas stations earning wages increase through union struggle. The federation also asked workers to describe the production lines at the factory as an initial step to design ...
On International Labour Day this year, CFSWF involved 300 beer promotion workers, janitors, gas station and massage workers from Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. “A living wage and dignity for beer promotion workers” was the main demand raised by the federation on this year ILD. Besides living wage campaign, the federation also continues to promote the rights of beer promotion workers at the workplace. The ...
Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen,
Cambodian Food and Service Workers’ Federation (CFSWF) We would like to inform to the National and International Organizations, Embassies, UN agency, and Friends that CFSWF was established in a democratic way by the workers’ union from the food and service sector in Cambodia. On Sunday June 26, 2011, CFSWF held its second congress and elected an executive committee. The leaders who were ...
CFSWF working with many women workers who working manufactory, restaurant, pub, karaoke club and other entertainment venue. CFSWF empowerment them by organizing them as a union, and encourage them to participate in social work and promote them to be women union leaders. CFSWF provide them with training relate to Gender, Sexual harassment, Work place violation, OHS, and Women workers right, and also provide them with ...
1- Mr. Sar Mora, President
2- Mr. Nep Ty, Vice President
3- Ms. Ou Tephallin , Secretary General
1- Administration and Finance Department
- Aministration and General Affair office
2- Organizing and Strengthening Department
- Workers organizing office
- Workers Education office
3- Dispute Resolution and Advocacy Department
- Legal Aid and Dispute Resolution office
- Advocacy and Campaign office