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Archive for May 2016

May Day: Reviewing Various Court Decisions on Labor

Last Sunday, which falls on May the 1st, workers from all over the world including those from Indonesia, gathered in public squares to mark the International Workers’ Day also known as “May Day”. Despite the rapid development on protection of workers’ entitlements, clash between employers and employees is somewhat inevitable. In commemoration of this year’s…

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SHARING ECONOMY: LESSON LEARNED FROM GOJEK AND UBER CASE

“To find out the appropriate law to this kind of business, we should separate the Online Portal Provider (“OPP”) and the Transportation Provider (“TP”). The OPP is Gojek or Uber management, and the transportation provider is the cars’ owners and their drivers.” Several time ago, we were shocked by massive demonstration performed by taxi drivers.…

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