(Effective Date: 31-Mar-1997): Unless there are more favourable provisions in collective agreements or individual labour contracts, all workers are entitled to paid annual leave to be given by the employer at the rate of one and a half workdays of paid leave per month of continuous service.

LABOR LAW (1997)

Any worker who has not worked for two continuous months is entitled, at the termination of his labour contract, to compensation for paid leave calculated in proportion to the amount of time he worked in the enterprise.

For jobs that are not performed regularly throughout the year, a worker is considered to have met the condition of continuous service if he works an average of 21 days per month.

The length of paid leave as stated above is increased according to the seniority of workers at the rate of one day per three years of service. Official paid holidays and sick leave are not counted as paid annual leave.

Source: https://www.mlvt.gov.kh/index.php/en/official-docs/royal-code/40-%E1%9E%96%E1%9F%92%E1%9E%9A%E1%9F%87%E1%9E%9A%E1%9E%B6%E1%9E%87%E1%9E%80%E1%9F%92%E1%9E%9A%E1%9E%98/88-%E1%9E%85%E1%9F%92%E1%9E%94%E1%9E%B6%E1%9E%94%E1%9F%8B%E1%9E%9F%E1%9F%92%E1%9E%8A%E1%9E%B8%E1%9E%96%E1%9E%B8%E1%9E%80%E1%9E%B6%E1%9E%9A%E1%9E%84%E1%9E%B6%E1%9E%9A-labour-law.html