Fired and striking workers return to NagaWorld


NagaWorld casino staff returned to work after a court declared their two-week strike illegal and ordered them to halt the action. Hundreds of workers had been holding protests in a park across the street from the Phnom Penh casino to push for higher wages, including a rise in the lowest monthly wage at the casino to $150 from $80. Those returning to work included 413 staff previously fired or suspended because of their involvement in the strike.  About 1,000 of the casino’s 4,544 employees participated in the strike.