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Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah has called on ASEAN member countries to provide better protection for female workers.
Indonesian Shopping Center Management Association asks the government to subsidize workers' wages by 50 percent.
The government started to deliberate a plan to distribute cash aid or wage subsidy to workers.
Transjakarta Operational Director Prasetia Budi announced that passengers are obliged to present a worker registration document or STRP starting today
The Indonesian Transportation Ministry is set to tighten the emergency state of public mobility restriction or emergency PPKM.
Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan monitored the arrival of workers at one of the city's busiest train stations in Cikini, Central Jakarta.
LPEM UI records an increase in the average salary or net income of workers in several sectors as of February 2021 albeit amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Ministry of Manpower is preparing facilities to help thousands of Giant supermarket employees affected by the outlet closure.
State-owned pharmacy PT Kimia Farma assisted the implementation of the Gotong Royong Covid-19 vaccination program for workers of Astra Group.
Hundreds of workers from West Karawang staged a demonstration in KM 31 of Cikarang toll road as they could not enter Bekasi due to road closures.
Confederation of Indonesian Workers Unions (KSPI) President Said Iqbal echoed demands, including calls to revoke the Job Creation Law
The Jakarta Provincial Government has called on the public to stay vigilant against COVID-19 transmission at workplaces.
The Ministry of Manpower accepted the request for a meeting filed by KFC employees against the management of the fast food chain in Indonesia.
The pandemic has multiple negative impacts on the Bali's economy, as the island heavily relies on tourism and foreign visits.
President Jokowi ratified one of the dozens of derivatives of the Job Creation Law that oversees protection of workers' job security.
KSPI president Said Iqbal asked the government to resume the wage subsidy program to help maintain the purchasing power of workers.
Aprindo urged the government to distribute subsidies for modern retail workers ahead of the activity restrictions (PPKM) to avoid potential bankruptcy
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.
President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo asserted that he would not issue a regulation in lieu of law or Perpu to revoke Job Creation Law.
The government was expediting drafts of 40 government regulations and four presidential regulations as the derivative rules of Job Creation Law.