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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.
The Indonesian government distributes the second phase of salary subsidies to workers today, November 13.
The Indonesian government denies that the Job Creation will give way for companies to implement lifetime employment contracts for its workers.
Anies announced that Jakarta's 2021 minimum wage was raised to Rp4,4 million or by 3.27 percent for workers in businesses not affected by the pandemic
32 labor confederations and federations were set to hold yet another rally against the new Omnibus Law on Job Creation in 24 provinces today, Nov. 2.
Government Regulation No. 78/2015 says that minimum wage increases must take into account inflation and economic growth.
Jakarta Legislative Council (DPRD) member Abdul Aziz asked the city administration to follow the central government's decision on 2021 minimum wage.
Labor unions were protesting over the decision of Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah to not raise the minimum wage in 2021.
A survey says information technology decision-makers expect permanent remote work to double to 34.4% of their companies' workforces in 2021.
The DPR member Fadli Zon opines that public criticism against the Omnibus Law on Job Creation should be directed at President Jokowi.
Protesters of the anti-omnibus law rallies on October 6-8 were required by their employers to undergo coronavirus swab tests.
Labor union members refuse to meet representatives from the Presidential Palace if the government does not change its stand on the omnibus law.
Komnas Perempuan opined that the Job Creation Law potentially lowers the rights of women workers both in the country and abroad.
Thousands of people planned to take to the street again today, October 22, protesting the Omnibus Law on Job Creation in front of the State Palace.
THE Job Creation Law is a cul de sac-a dead end without a way out, without hope.
After a protracted search for justice, a domestic worker from Indonesia won in a Singapore court of appeal.
The Job Creation Law ignores environmental aspects and workers' rights. It will end up reducing investment.
The COVID-19 mitigation task force asked companies to establish an internal team to conduct screening on workers participating in mass protests.
Mass from the Indonesia Welfare Labor Confederation (KSBSI) staging a rally agains Job Creation Omnibus Law flocked Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat today.