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Workers Union have voiced disappointment for the lack of significant increase in the 2022 provincial minimum wage.
KSPI president Said Iqbal asked companies to no longer pay their workers' Eid allowances or THR in installments.
KSPI says there are 54 companies in the private sector that have yet to pay their workers the full annual Ramadan/Eid allowances or THR.
The Indonesian government denies that the Job Creation will give way for companies to implement lifetime employment contracts for its workers.
Protesters of the anti-omnibus law rallies on October 6-8 were required by their employers to undergo coronavirus swab tests.
The Indonesia United Workers Confederation (KPBI) announces that it will stage another protest on Tuesday against the Job Creation Law.
Indonesian Workers Union Confederation (KSPI) announced it will not involve itself in the formation of the omnibus job creation law's derivatives.
Leaders of workers unions claim to have been approached by police and National Intelligence Agency (BIN) agents prior to the omnibus law protests.
KPBI argued that the Job Creation Law is heavily patriarchal and believes female workers will be the most vulnerable group.
In the commemoration of the International Labor Day or May Day, workers union conveyed three demands through online demonstration.
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.
Ahok is set to meet the Pertamina workers' union that initially rejected him joining the state-owned energy firm.
The Indonesian workers' union suspected yesterday's May Day rallies across Indonesia were infiltrated by members of anarchy groups.
President Jokowi held a meeting today with the country's workers unions presidents at the Bogor Presidential Palace in West Java.