An employment contract is a kind of contract used under the labour law to attribute rights and responsibilities between parties to a bargain. It is generally aware a contract is between employee and employer.

HR professional, as one of the key roles, shall need to ensure that the employment contract which usually use to tire-up the roles and responsibilities between their company and the employee shall fully comply with the provision of the labour law and provide justice and fairness for both parties.

Are you facing some challenges in making sure your employment contract comply with the labour law?

In hoping to enrich the knowledge and explore the most practical ways in preparing the employment contract, we bring together two experts who are the HR Professional and labour law expert in the field to share the knowledge, templates and highlight the key provisions that should be tailored in the employment.


  • Exchange idea and discuss the template and type of the employment contract.
  • Learn the procedure and basic principle to develop employment contract.
  • Understand the legal procedure to make a legitimate and clear employment contracts.
  • Gain knowledge on the type and benefits of employment contract.
  • Discuss the key legal provisions to be put the contracts.



+ Settle payment at the registration desk, save 5$/pax more.
+ Cancellation is accepted at no charge if it is made one day before the program date.
+ Fee excludes any taxes
+ $35/person for CAMFEBA/CAMNICA’s member
+ $45/person for non-members

   Inclusive:learning materials and refreshment

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Mr. Som Chamnan   blankblue
Mr. Som Chamnan    HR Professional from the consulting firm.
Attorney-at-Law, B.A, LLB, LLM (Melbourne)   TBC
He is an Attorney-at-Law duly registered with the Bar Association of the Kingdom of Cambodia. ....  
Mr. Som Chamnan

He is an Attorney-at-Law duly registered with the Bar Association of the Kingdom of Cambodia. He is also the Advisor to the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training, where he provides legal and technical support to the General Department of Labor.

Prior to this, he was the Manager of the Labor Practice Group of Bun and Associates Law Firm, the Legal and Labor Manager of the Garment Manufacturers Association in Cambodia (GMAC), the Executive Director of the Cambodian Federation of Employers and Business Associations (CAMFEBA), and the Legal Officer of the Arbitration Council Foundation. He has very extensive and hands-on practical knowledge and experiences in the area of Labor Law and Industrial Relations as he has been practicing this law for over a decade through advising, providing training and participating in the development of many labor-related laws and regulations, including the amendment of the Labor Law on night shift wages and drafting of the Trade Union Law. During his tenure at CAMFEBA, he also involved with the development of law and regulations on commercial arbitration.

Under the Australian Leadership Award, he pursued his study at the University of Melbourne, Australia, where he obtained the Master of Commercial Law. He also graduated in Law from the Royal University of Law and Economic Sciences and Philosophy from the Royal University of Phnom Penh. Besides, he has attended many international training/internship programmes in many countries.

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