With no legal minimum wage in Cambodia’s service sector, the nearly 1.2 million jobs in travel and tourism offer low pay and precarious employment—unless workers succeed in forming a union. Mao Vanda and Phat Saroun, hotel worker union leaders, are helping their co-workers do just that. They were among six Cambodian hotel workers who traveled last week to Washington, D.C., as part of a Solidarity Center delegation to meet and strategize with hotel union activists and other leaders in the U.S. union movement. Read more at the Solidarity Center.
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