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Labor unions alliance is planning to conduct a nationwide strike against the government's omnibus job creation bill.
BPJS Watch urges the House of Representatives (DPR) to involve workers and the general public in discussing draft of the Omnibus Law on Job Creation.
Congress Alliance of Indonesian Labor Unions (KASBI) opined that omnibus law drafts on job creation neglected women's reproductive rights.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has determined the new Jakarta Minimum Provincial Wage and introduces a number of policy to support laborers' welfare.
KSPI said only 23 percent of collective labor agreements (PKB) between labors and corporations regulate cases of sexual harassment.
The labors' protest held in front of the House of Representatives (DPR) headquarters that saw thousands of labors' unions had run peacefully.
An undocumented domestic worker has the right to pursue her claim for unpaid wages in Malaysia, a court has ruled.
Bappenas recently talked about the eminence of Vietnamese labors compared to Indonesian labors.
Labor Institute Indonesia has appealed to the government to step up capacity and competency of the labor force for better competing in the industry
CORE economist argues the revised labor wages law could present legal uncertainty in the field of business and deter foreign investment.
The Indonesian Employers Association (Apindo) revealed that only 30 percent of companies are equipped with a Collective Labor Agreement (CLA).
UK textile firms were forced to make payments for unpaid wages totaling 87,158 pounds to 126 workers between 2012 and 2018.
Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education, Mohamad Nasir, said that there was no "forced labor" of Indonesian students in Taiwan.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan symbolically distributed thousands of Worker Card for workers with Jakarta identity card (KTP).
The Indonesian Labor Union Confederation (KSPI) called for the government to revoke Law No. 78/2015 (PP 78) that oversees labors wage.
Indonesia to stop sending non-professional workers in the informal sector overseas beginning in 2017.
Port workers went on strike, accusing PT Pelindo II of monopoly.
Migrant workers set the consulate building on fire for disregarding their demands.
Authorities will resume giving sanctions to illegal workers once the amnesty period is over.
Workers are suspected of not having the temporary residence permit and working visa, and misusing their tourist visa