Hundreds of employees of Phnom Penh’s NagaWorld casino and hotel returned to work Wednesday in response to a court order telling them to end their nearly two-week-long strike. Staff demanding that the high-grossing company raise their minimum pay from $80 to $150 per month have been protesting at the gates of Phnom Penh’s only licensed hotel-casino since June 13, at times clashing with casino security. Union representatives were told last week by management that 400 staff had been fired or suspended, but on Wednesday, all employees returned to work, according to Seng Thida, a representative of workers. “All
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