Media report that a workers’ union of former vintage dragonfly and flower i see trees of green red roses poster Everlane workers has announced that it will be dropping charges of union busting held against the brand,
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to union leader Rong Chhun’s arrest over comments regarding Cambodia’s border with Vietnam. Today, Suong Sophorn, president of the minor Khmer Win Party, vintage dragonfly and flower i see trees of green red roses poster was arrested over “exaggerations” related to Chhun’s arrest. The Global Labour University , a network of universities, trade unions, research institutes, NGOs and foundations, reports that Bangladesh may lose 45% of its garment order volume by the end of the year and 2 million workers could lose their jobs due to COVID-19. Media report that Kong Atith, president of the Coalition of Cambodian Apparel Workers Democratic Union, said that unions are currently negotiating with nearly 30 retailers asking that they provide $76 of additional financial support to laid-off garment workers,
who are currently receiving a total of $70 per month, paid by the government and their formal employer. Media report that around 120,000 employees from 4000 businesses in Ho Chi Minh City are likely to be laid-off from now until September due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to the Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, the majority of workers who are likely to lose their jobs are from the tourism, construction, transportation and textiles and footwear sectors. The article further reports that, in June and July, at least 54,000 employees in the city were laid off due to the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis. The recent new wave, with 421 COVID-19 infections reported since 25 July, has been a setback for businesses that were already hit hard by the first outbreak. Over 327,000 employees in Ho Chi Minh lost their jobs in the first half of this year as a result of the pandemic, the highest number in the last four years.