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Loan: AFD Agreement No. CKH 1080.01.K
IFB No: GMAC-NCB-SWC01/2014



Phnom Penh, 27th August 2014

To Whom It May Concern:


1
The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) has received funds from the Agence Française de Développement (the French Development Agency) towards the cost of Creation of the Cambodian Garment Training Institute (CGTI).  It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for Building Design and Construction.
2
The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified bidders for the Building Design and Construction of the Cambodian     Garment   Training Institute  (CGTI) (“the Works”). The construction period approximately, 4 months for detailed design and 14 months for construction from the issuance of notice to proceed.
3
Procurement will be conducted through National Competitive Bidding (NBC) following Guidelines of Procurement the Agence Française de Développement (March 2013). The provisions in the Instructions to Bidders and in the General Conditions of Contract are the provisions of the Agence Française de Développement’s Standard Bidding Documents:  Procurement of Works.
4
This invitation is open to all eligible bidders. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the office of the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC), GMAC Secretariat, from 27th August 2014 to 17th October 2014 from 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.  (Cambodia Standard Time) during working days.
5
A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written Application to the above address and upon payment of a non-refundable fee at the amount of USD100.00 (One Hundred United State Dollars). The Method of payment will be made by certified cheque or direct deposit to the Account name: GMAC-CGTI; Account No. 010-02-50-016899-3; Swift Code: VBLCKHPP. The document will be sent by courier agents or may be collected in person at the discretion of the bidder. Other than payment of the non-refundable fee specified above, there shall be no other conditions for purchase of the bidding documents.
 

 

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Statement: 23-08-2014
 

The Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) condemns the Khmer Union Federation of Workers Spirit led by Mr. Mom Siek for organizing a strike against the procedure of the Labour Law, blocking public roads and instigating a protest that led to violence and destruction of property of Jiun Ye Garment (Cambodia) Co.,Ltd on 20 August 2014. Meanwhile, GMAC also condemns the other 8 union federations that led a strike against the legal procedure and blocked the factory gate of FWKK (Cambodia) Limitedon 21 August 2014.  


GMAC would also like to emphasize that the union federation of Mom Siek and all the other 8 union federations mentioned above have no legal registration in the respective factories. This group and their accomplices blocked the factory gate with the use of threat to prevent workers from entering the factory to work. This is a violation of the right of the majority of workers who did not want to join the strike (Article 331 of the Labour Law). In addition, most of the requests made by these union federations are demands for better benefits above the law and some other points are what the companies have already duly practiced. Under the law, only the union with the most representative status in the enterprise has the right to ask the employer to negotiate better benefits above the law. (Article 96 of the Labour Law and Prakas 305)


The union federation of Mr. Mom Siek and his accomplices provoked a violent protest at Jiun Ye factory, leading to the damage of factory propertysuch as glass door of the office and some other equipments. Article 410 of the Criminal Code stipulates that intentionally destroying, defacing or damaging property belonging to another person shall be punishable by imprisonment from six months to two years and a fine from one million to four million Riels, except where only minor damage has ensued. This offence defined in Article 410 (intentionally causing damage) shall be punishable by imprisonment from two to five years and a fine from four million to ten million Riels if it is committed by several persons acting as perpetrators, co-perpetrators, instigators or accomplices; 


GMAC would like to request the authorities and the Royal Government to uphold the spirit of the implementation of the law and punish the perpetrators as Cambodia is a country with the rule of law. The implementation of the law, therefore, is a priority for this country so that the investors have confidence when investing in the county depends on predictability and sustainability of the business as well as the enforcement of the law.


Vietnam is in the final stages of its Free Trade Agreement negotiations with the European Union as well as the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement with the United States of America. When these agreements are signed, any advantages that Cambodia might enjoy currently will disappear and this will surely affect our competitiveness greatly! We urge all stakeholders to act responsibly to ensure the continued employment of more than 650,000 workers in the garment and footwear industry in Cambodia.

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Even if the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) strongly appealed through  her  special  Press  Release  dated 25  April 2014  for  the  action  from  the  Royal Government of Cambodia, relevant institutions and local authorities to stop the demonstration at the Tai Seng and Manhattan Special Economic Zone in Bavet, this demonstration is still happening now and there has been no action to stop it yet. In his response to GMAC’s Press Release, Mr. Pav Sina, President of Collective Unions of Movement of Workers (CUMW), which is the union leading this demonstration, defended himself that the reason that made this demonstration happen is because the employers did not provide the workers US$50—the money that this union alleged the employers without evidence that they promised to give to their workers in exchange for them not to join the strike called by 8 union federations, including the Collective Unions of Movement of Workers (CUMW) of Mr. Pav Sina himself, before Khmer New Year.

 

Once again, GMAC would like to inform the publics that the employers of factories at Tai Seng and Manhattan Special Economic Zone have never made such promise as alleged by the union above. It is true that A&J factory (Bicycle factory in Tai Seng Special Economic Zone) provided each of their workers US$50 before Khmer New Year. But this is the bonus for the performance that their workers reached the production target for the last 3 months. It is not the money given to them for not joining the strike. However, after Khmer New Year the Collective Unions of Movement of Workers (CUMW) led by Mr. Pav Sina used this bonus as the pretext to lead the workers to hold the demonstration in order to demand the same money from Smartex factory because it is also the Bicycle factory. After they succeeded at Smartex factory, they continued this demonstration at Bestway and other factories in the entire Manhattan Special Economic Zone.   This is the illegal activity which is the same as money extortion. Because those factories refused to give them this money, they led the workers to do the violent demonstration by throwing the rocks at the factories, threatening other workers not to return to work and destroying the factories’ properties. It is so disappointing that there seems to be no action from the authorities to stop this activity. Due to the fear of the safety of their workers and properties, all the factories at Tai Seng and Manhattan Special Economic Zone (except A&J and Smartex factory) have suspended their operations so far.

 

GMAC would like to strongly appeal again to the Ministry of Labor and Vocational Training, especially H.E Dr. Ith Samheng, Minister of Labor and Vocational Training and Chairman of the Committee for Resolution of Strikes and Demonstrations; relevant institutions, local authorities; and Special Economic Zone Administration representing the Council for the Development of Cambodia to exercise their duties to stop this incident immediately in order to maintain security and safety of the investors and their workers who intended to go to work. By ignoring and allowing this union to do whatever they want, it will destroy the trust of the investors in the government to protect their safety and legal interests. It is also against the policy of the Royal Government in encouraging the investors to come to do business in Cambodia. GMAC believes that this incident will spread to other areas and will affect not only the garment and footwear factories, but also other factories if there is no action to stop it immediately. GMAC would also like to take this opportunity to appeal to all workers to return to work as usual and not listen to the incitement of this union. If not, the employers will implement article 332 of the Cambodian  Labor  Law  by  not  giving  them  wages  and  other  benefits  during  the  strike- demonstration period.

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Cambodia’s Labour Law 1997 divides employment contracts into two types: Fixed Duration Contract and Undetermined Duration Contract. To deal with doubt related to Undetermined Duration Contract, the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC) wishes to briefly explain the following:


1. What is Undetermined Duration Contract? What criteria does it have?

2. Procedure to terminate Undetermined Duration Contract

3. Payment for termination of Undetermined Duration Contract

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Respone of GMAC to the request of the 8 union federations dated 26 March 2014.
 
Reference:
 
Joint letter dated 26 March 2014 of the 8 union federations on request that workers in the garment and footwear sector be allowed to use annual leave from 17 to 22 April 2014 and other remaining issues be resovled.
As per the above subject and reference, the Garment Manufacturers Assocation in Cambodia (GMAC) would like to inform you that GMAC has already received your request letter. GMAC would like to respond to the request as follows:
1
According to Article 170 of the Labour Law, the right to use annual leave is the exclusive right of each worker. There is not any regulation allowing the assoicaiton or professional organization to have the right to decide or request annual leave on behalf of each worker. Article 313 on role of shop steward and union also does not allow them to request annual leave on behalf of workers. In addition, the right to permission for annual leave is the exclusive right of the employer of each enterprise /establishment. According to Article 2 of the Labour Law, managing a compnay is the exclusive right of each employer as long as it does not go against the law. Thus, GMAC has no right to give permision for annual leave on behalf of its members.
   
 
Further, GMAC finds that your 8 union federations represent the minority of workers and has no right to represent the whole more than 600,000 workers in the garment and footwear industries. Thus, this joint request is a violation of the right of the majority of workers who are not willing and intending to take additional five days’ leave after Khmer New Year holidays. They may intend to save their annual leave to use in any necessary case.
   
2
Reqarding the request that the 21 detainees be released and the court drop the charges against the 23, GMAC would like to inform you that GMAC is not in authority to resolve this issue and also is not involved in this issue. This case is the exclusive authority of the court.
   
3
With regard to minimum wage increase negotiation, GMAC would like to inform you that the negotiation of minimum wage increase for 2014 has been completed. As you have been aware, the Royal Government has recently established a committee led by H.E Keat Chhon, Standby Deputy Prime Minister, to study and discuss the issue of minimum wage for the coming year. GMAC is also waiting for the result of the study and directive of the Royal Government on this issue.
   
4
Once again, GMAC would like to express deep regret at the incident on 2 and 3 January 2014 along Veng Sreng street. But as you have known, the strike of workers had been joined by opportunists which developed to a riot that led to anarchy. The violent behavior of the rioters was the cause of the clashes between authorities and the rioters. GMAC was not involved in this incident and we have no authority to respond to your request.
   
5
For the request that the ban on public gathering be lifted, GMAC would like to inform you that this is the authority of the Royal Government which is not involved with GMAC.
   
6
Concerning the request that the employers drop their complaint, GMAC really cannot accept this request as the right to file a complaint is the right of each factory. In addition, Cambodia is the country that has laws: the person committing a crime must be punished in accordance with the law. Thus, GMAC would like to request you to allow the court to find the truth to ensure that the Kingdom of Cambodia is the country with the rule of law which you have always wanted.
   
7
GMAC cannot intervene to request the employers to reinstate those workers. As informed above, the right to manage a company is the exclusive right of each employer as long as it does not go against the law. If you want to demand it, please use the existing dispute resolution mechanism.
   
8
Regarding the request for wages and attendance bonus during the strike, GMAC believes that you as union leaders really know clearly that Article 332 of the Labour Law does not require the employer to provide this benefit for workers during the strike, regardless of legal or illegal strike. Thus, GMAC instructs all members to implement this Article strictly to ensure respect for the laws of the Kingdom of Cambodia.
   
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TRAINING SCHEDULE 2014
 
   
 
1 CAMBODIAN LABOUR LAW  
 
A.
    Training in Phnom Penh
 
 

No

Course Title

Date

Time

Cost/Pax.

Venue

Trainers

Language

1

Labor Dispute Settlement Procedures

26 March

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

4 April

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Som Chamnan
- Mr. TochOudom

English

25 April

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Long Heang
- Mr. In Meng

Chinese

2

Labor Contract Termination Procedures

5 May

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

23 May

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Som Chamnan
- Mr. TochOudom

English

5 June

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Long Heang
- Mr. In Meng

Chinese

3

Payment Calculation Method under the Cambodian Labor Law

27 June

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

4 July

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Som Chamnan
- Mr. TochOudom

English

25 July

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Long Heang
- Mr. In Meng

Chinese

4

How to deal with Trade Unions and Shop Stewards

4 Aug.

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

29 Aug.

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Som Chamnan
- Mr. TochOudom

English

5 Sept.

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Long Heang
- Mr. In Meng

Chinese

5

Practical Leave Management

3 Oct

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

24 Oct

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Som Chamnan
- Mr. TochOudom

English

3 Nov

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Long Heang
- Mr. In Meng

Chinese

6

Building and maintaining good Workplace Cooperation

28 Nov

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

5 Dec

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Som Chamnan
- Mr. TochOudom

English

26 Dec

8:00-17:00

$40.00

Hotel

- Mr. Long Heang
- Mr. In Meng

Chinese

Course materials and meals included.

     
B.
    Provincial Training
 
  - Sihanouk Province (20 members)  
 

No

Course Title

Date

Time

Cost/Pax.

Venue

Trainers

Language

1

Labor Dispute Settlement Procedures

26 May

8:00-17:00

$60.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

2

Labor Contract Termination Procedures

30 June

8:00-17:00

$60.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

3

Payment Calculation Method under the Cambodian Labor Law

31 July

8:00-17:00

$60.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

4

How to deal with Trade Unions and Shop Stewards

1 Aug.

8:00-17:00

$60.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

5

Practical Leave Management

8 Sept

8:00-17:00

$60.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

Course materials and meals included.

     
  - Svay Rieng (16 members)  
 

No

Course Title

Date

Time

Cost/Pax.

Venue

Trainers

Language

1

Labor Dispute Settlement Procedures

29 Sept

8:00-17:00

$60.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

2

Labor Contract Termination Procedures

31 Oct

8:00-17:00

$60.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

3

Payment Calculation Method under the Cambodian Labor Law

17 Nov

8:00-17:00

$60.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

4

How to deal with Trade Unions and Shop Stewards

01 Dec

8:00-17:00

$60.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

5

Practical Leave Management

29 Dec

8:00-17:00

$60.00

Hotel

- Mr. CheathKhemara
- Mr. SourngHourt

Khmer

Course materials and meals included.

     
2 MANAGEMENT& SUPERVISORY SKILLS  
 

1

Secretarial and Administrative Skills

- 11 April
- 24 May
- 19 July
- 13 Sept.
- 15 Nov

8:00-17:00

$50.00

Hotel

Mr. Seng Bunthoeurn, PhD.

Vice Rector of NUM

Khmer

2

Practical Supervisory Skills

- 19 April
- 14 June
- 16 Aug
- 18 Oct
- 20 Dec

8:00-17:00

$50.00

Hotel

Mr. Si Len

CEO of Maxima MFI.

Khmer

3

Communication Skills at Workplace

- 26 April
- 21 June
- 23 Aug
- 25 Oct

8:00-17:00

$50.00

Hotel

Mr. Si Len

CEO of Maxima MFI.

Khmer

4

Understanding Cambodian Culture at Workplace

- 24 April
- 9 June
- 18 Aug
- 13 Oct
- 8 Dec

8:00-17:00

$50.00

Hotel

Ms. Chi Reimer

Staff Capacity Building Specialist

English

3 IMPORT & EXPORT  
 

1

Cambodian Import & Export Procedure

- 21 April
- 23 June
- 25 Aug
- 27 Oct
- 22 Dec

8:00-17:00

$50.00

GMAC

CAMFFA

Khmer

4 TECHNICAL SKILL TRAINING  
 

1

Pattern Making Course (for Trainers)

- 2-31 Jan
- 3-28 Feb

8:00-17:00

US$00.00

GMAC

HIDA

Khmer

2

Pattern Making Course (for public)

- 5,12,19,26,
  4,11,18,25 Jan
- 2,9,16,23,
  1,8,15,22 Feb
- 2-13 June
- 16-28 June
- 4-15 Aug
- 18-29 Aug

8:00-17:00
(60h)

US$70.00

GMAC

CGTC’s trainers
-Ms Hin Sopheap
-Ms Kong ChanMarady

Khmer

3

Sewing Skill (Basic level)

- 10-21 March
- 7-23 April
- 8-19 Sept-

8:00-17:00
(70h)

US$50.00

GMAC

CGTC’s trainers
-Ms Hin Sopheap
-Ms Kong ChanMarady

Khmer

4

Production Supervisory

- 19-30 May
- 14-25 July
- 17-28 Nov

8:00-17:00
70 h
- 36 hours (classroom)
- 12 hours (factory)

US$70.00

GMAC

CGTC’s Senior Trainers
-Mr. Tim Savann

Khmer

5

Sewing Machine Maintenance

- 24-28 March
- 6-10 Oct

Appro. 7h/machine

US$50.00

 

JUKI’s Experts

Khmer

6

Quality control (Basic level)

-28-29-30 April
-1-2-3 July
-1-2-3 Sept

8:00-17:00
21 h

US$150.00

GMAC

Dr. Kerry Leng
Senior Quality Assurance Consultant at QC Link (Cambodia)

Khmer/
English

7

Quality control (Advance level)

-20-21
-3-4 October

8:00-17:00
17h

US$150.00

GMAC

Dr. Kerry Leng
 Senior Quality Assurance Consultant at QC Link (Cambodia)

Khmer/
English

8

Production Technologies

-30-31 October

8:00-17:00
17h

US$150.00

GMAC

Dr. Kerry Leng
 Senior Quality Assurance Consultant at QC Link (Cambodia)

Khmer/
English

This course fee is subject to change if GMAC needs to run this course without the support from Juki.

     
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From: Phnom Penh Post 13-March-2014

Mr. Som Chamnan: Legal & Labor Manager
 

My name is Som Chamnan, the Legal & Labor Manager of GMAC. Before joining GMAC, I had spent 8 years working for the Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (CAMFEBA) as the Information & Legal Officer, Programme Manager, Executive Manager and Executive Director. I also used to work for the Arbitration Council Foundation as the Legal Officer. In regards to my education, I got the Master of Commercial Law from Melbourne Law School (Australia), Bachelor of Law from Royal University of Law and Economic Sciences (Phnom Penh) and Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Royal University of Phnom Penh (Phnom Penh).

It is my pleasure​ to work with you and provide you any legal support that you might need. Please feel free to contact me on mobile: 012 275 323 or E-mail: chamnans@gmac-cambodia.org should you have any legal issues.
Statement 07-March-2014
 
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Wage solution should be step by step
 

When workers took to the streets and protested for an immediate 100 per cent wage increase of up to $160 within a year, in hindsight I keep asking myself what should be the options for civil servants and university graduates who earn less than $100?

With 300,000 youth entering the job market each year, work is increasingly difficult to find, even for many university graduates, prompting some of them to take jobs with meager salaries in order to gain experience and to build skills to compete in the increasingly fierce job market.

For these people, should they also take to the streets or should they change their jobs to work at factories?

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GMAC's Training Program for Year 2014
 

Understanding that the numbers of local technician for garment and footwear sector are still limited and not yet responding the great demand of industry, GMAC- Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia has cooperated with the national and the international training providers to bring the experts to provide training for both hard skill and soft skill in order to train new people who wish to work for the industry and to upgrade the skills levels of employees, workers who already employed by garment and footwear factories.

By the end of December 2013, 11 courses were conducted with 346 trainees. 44 trainees graduated from the pattern making training while 249 were successfully completed the Labor training on New Minimum Wage and Employment Contract;  and other 53 trainees completed the training on Health Care and Occupational safety and Health in the Workplace conducted by CBCA.

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Statement of Labour Advisory Committee 2014
 

On 24 December 2013 at 8.00 am, the 6th meeting of the 8th mandate Labour Advisory Committee was held to discuss the increase in minimum wage for workers/employees in the textile, garment and footwear industries. Following the in-depth consultation and discussion, the Labour Advisory Committee agreed to the following:

1- Set the minimum wage of workers/employees in the textile, garment and footwear industries, both probationary workers/employees and after-probation workers/employees, in 5 years from 2014 to 2018 according to the following formula:

2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
Minimum wage
Minimum wage
Minimum wage
Minimum wage
Minimum wage
Minimum wage
After probation
$80
$80 + $15 =
$95
$95 + $15 =
$110
$110 + $16 =
$126
$126 + $17 = $143
$143 + $17 =
$160
Probation
$75
$75 + $15 =
$90
$90 + $15 =
$105
$105 + $16 =
$121
$121 + $17 = $138
$138 + $17 =
$155


2- The increased amount shall be added for all workers/employees at every time of the increase in minimum wage to the existing wage.
3- The implementation of the 2014 minimum wage shall be from 01 April 2014.

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