Minimum Wage for the Garment and Shoe Industry in Cambodia w.e.f October 1, 2010 to 2014
Minimum Wages in Cambodia: Get revised minimum wage rate for Cambodia for garment and shoe industry along with the benefits, bonus, housing and transport allowance.
|Minimum Wage for the period October 1, 2010 to 2014|
|Sr No||Categories||Monthly Minimum Wage (In USD)||Cost of Living Allowance (COLA) (In USD)||Total Minimum Wage per Month (In USD)||Exchange Rate||Total Minimum Wage per Month (in Riel)|
|Sr No||Bonus and Benefits||In USD||Exchange Rate||In Riel|
|4||Housing and transportation allowance||6||4200||25200|
|1. Workers paid on the basis of performance will also be guaranteed the new minimum wage, or more as to reflect their productivity (as it is currently the situation).|
|2. Other entitlements including attendance and seniority bonus or other allowances have not been discussed and remain the same as agreed in 2000 (Notification 17).|
|3. The Labour Advisory committee is a tripartite institution that is composed of 14 government, 7 trade union and 7 employer representatives|
|4.Effective March 1, 2011, the attendance bonus has been increased from $5 per month to $7 per month.|
|5. Effective March 1, 2011, the seniority bonus has been revised to $1 for each year of work at a factory up to 11 years (previously it was capped at 4 years|
|6. Effective September 2012, the attendance bonus for workers have been increased by $3, bring the total to $10 per month|
|7. Effective January 2012, workers will receive $5 per month as a health benefit to help cover health costs.|
|8. Effective September 2012, workers will receive $6 per month for housing and transportation allowance.|
|9. Effective May 2013, minimum wage for workers has been increased by $14, bring the total to $80|
WageIndicator Team has checked and updated information on this page on August 5, 2013.