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Indonesian Shopping Center Management Association asks the government to subsidize workers' wages by 50 percent.
The Ministry of Manpower is preparing facilities to help thousands of Giant supermarket employees affected by the outlet closure.
KSPI president Said Iqbal asked the government to resume the wage subsidy program to help maintain the purchasing power of workers.
The rice from KSPSI is distributed to workers in Bekasi, Karawang, Jakarta, Bandung, Subang, Sumedang, Purwakarta and other industrial areas.
Disney made the decision amid financial struggles as the coronavirus pandemic drastically reduces visitors.
Walt Disney Co says it would lay off 32,000 workers, primarily at its theme parks, an increase from the 28,000 it announced in September.
Unilever-owned tech firm created the COVID-19 War Game to allow executives to explore the impact of huge job cuts on future earnings prospects.
Garuda Indonesia announced that the firm will layoff 700 employees on November 1, 2020.
The House of Representatives (DPR) has enacted the omnibus bill on Job Creation into Law through a plenary session on Monday, October 5, 2020.
AirAsia Group Bhd announced that it will be forced to lay off hundreds of its workers as the COVID-19 pandemic has hit the company hard.
CORE CEO Mohammad Faisal explained that the ongoing downturn of business performance and economy potentially triggers a massive wave of layoffs.
The Indonesian Logistics Association asked the government to provide additional stimulus for the industry following the reimposition of PSBB.
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Labor unions under KSPI are preparing to stage simultaneous protests against the omnibus law and the mass layoffs in 20 provinces in early August.
Hundreds of outsourced workers planned to stage a rally before the Lion Air Tower building on Monday, July 13, 2020.
The Ministry of Manpower recorded that there are 3 million workers that have been laid off.
Lion Air Group announced that it will not extend the contracts of local and foreign employees due to the decreasing air traffic caused by the pandemic
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.
Gojek on Tuesday announced that it has laid-off 430 (9 percent) of its total employees as a direct consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.