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Labor unions were protesting over the decision of Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah to not raise the minimum wage in 2021.
Labor union members refuse to meet representatives from the Presidential Palace if the government does not change its stand on the omnibus law.
Mass from the Indonesia Welfare Labor Confederation (KSBSI) staging a rally agains Job Creation Omnibus Law flocked Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat today.
KSPI President Said Iqbal confirmed that his side along with 32 other labor unions would resume the national strike on its third day, October 8.
West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil suggested the public first accept the enactment of the omnibus bill on Job Creation to law.
The Indonesian Worker Union Confederation (KSPI) was set to resume demonstrations to protest the Omnibus Law on Job Creation today, October 7, 2020.
At least two million workers set to hold a strike to protest against the omnibus bill on job creation that has been passed into law.
Jakarta Police stated that they would not issue a permit for a series of demonstrations against the Job Creation bill planned on Oct 6-8, 2020.
Dozens of labor unions plans conduct a nationwide strike to reject the omnibus draft bill.
The SOEs Ministry responded firmly against the Pertamina labor unions lawsuit aimed against SOEs Minister Erick Thohir.
Labor unions under KSPI are preparing to stage simultaneous protests against the omnibus law and the mass layoffs in 20 provinces in early August.
KSPI lodged a report to the industrial relations court (HPI) against a ride-hailing firm Gojek for laying off 430 of its employees.
Indonesian Labor Unions Confederation (KSPI) president Said Iqbal said that Gojek had violated the law on manpower for dismissing 430 employees.
Coordinating Minister Mahfud Md invited leaders of labor unions to discuss the draft law on job creation or RUU Cipta Kerja at his office today.
Indonesian Metal Workers Union (FSPMI) will mobilize workers to commemorate the annual May Day on social media platforms.
KSPI chair Said Iqbal scrapped the planned rally to commemorate May Day after Jokowi announced to postpone employment bill discussions.
Jokowi and leaders of several confederations of workers union discussed a number of issues in a closed meeting at the State Palace today.
Congress Alliance of Indonesian Labor Unions (KASBI) opined that omnibus law drafts on job creation neglected women's reproductive rights.
Garuda Indonesia Labor Union (Sekarga) reportedly filed a police report against two Youtube vloggers for defaming the flag-carrier.
Laborers asserted that increasing electricity tariffs threatens the well-being of contract-based laborers.