Low Compliance Introduction

  • These pages show compliance on 52 issues based on factories' most recent assessment (since 1 Oct 2012). They also include some factories used to be in Critical Issue list.
  • Results are published here quarterly and factories are able to post information about their performance on the website.
  • In the Assessment column, the # indicates the number of times the factory has been assessed, followed by the date of the last assessment.  The transparency information relates to the last assessment. 
  • Full descriptions of the issues and legal references are available please click here.
Factory List
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Fundamental RightsNo unremediated child labour
Fundamental RightsNo forced labour (Freedom of movement)
Fundamental RightsNo discrimination against workers
Fundamental RightsNo dismissal of pregnant workers
Fundamental RightsNo dismissal of workers during maternity leave
Fundamental RightsNo sexual harassment
Fundamental RightsEqual pay for men and women
Fundamental RightsNo discrimination against workers based on union membership
Fundamental RightsWorkers join and form unions freely
Fundamental RightsNo control of union by employer
Fundamental RightsJob is not dependent on union membership
Fundamental RightsNo management interference with union
Fundamental RightsWorkers are free not to join union
OSH/EmergencyRegular emergency evacuation drills (every 6 months)
OSH/EmergencyEmergency exit doors are unlocked during working hours
OSH/EmergencyEmergency exit doors are sufficient
OSH/EmergencyDangerous machine parts have safety guards (not needle guards)
OSH/EmergencyClean and sufficient drinking water
WagesCorrectly paid minimum wages
WagesCorrectly paid overtime wages (ordinary overtime hours)
ContractsBonuses, allowances, leaves count entire employment period
Fundamental RightsDismissal of union leaders or candidates only with Ministry of Labour's permission
OSH/EmergencyEmergency exit doors are accessible
OSH/EmergencyAccess paths are free of obstruction
OSH/EmergencyTraining to use fire extinguishers (one training/year)
OSH/EmergencyFire extinguishers are sufficient
OSH/EmergencyElectrical wires and switches are well maintained
OSH/EmergencySafety warnings are posted on the main electrical switch boxes
OSH/EmergencyChemicals are stored properly
OSH/EmergencyChemicals are labelled in Khmer
OSH/EmergencyExhaust ventilation where chemicals are used
OSH/EmergencyProper personal protective equipment is provided
WagesManagement keeps one complete and accurate payroll
WagesSunday and holiday work payments are paid correctly
WagesSeverance payments (5%) are paid correctly
WagesRequired bonuses and allowances are paid correctly
WagesWage deductions are legal and authorized
ContractsWorkers receive clear written payslips in Khmer
HoursOvertime is limited to 2 hours per day and is voluntary
HoursWorkers are not punished if they refuse to work overtime
LeaveAttendance bonuses paid with authorized use of leave
LeaveManagement gives workers annual leave (paid or unpaid) or annual leave compensation
LeaveUnused annual leave is paid out upon termination
LeaveManagement gives workers paid sick leave
LeaveWomen workers get at least 90 days off for maternity leave
LeaveMaternity leave payments are correct
LeaveWorkers are allowed to take special leave (paid or unpaid)
Collective DisputesConciliation agreements are implemented
Collective DisputesBinding arbitration awards are implemented
Indecent BehaviourManagement, including line supervisors, treats workers with respect
Monitoring Monitors are allowed entry
Monitoring All documents required for assessment are provided