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Dispute Resolution at the Industrial Relations Court in Indonesia

Dispute Resolution at the Industrial Relations Court in Indonesia

It is likely such a common trend in Indonesia that the industrial relations court bring out conflict instead of accord between companies and employees. If the issue continues to happen, both parties are subjected to financial disadvantage. There is no perfect way other than diminishing the disputes. Hence, an intensive dialogue accenting mutual understanding between…

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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN CONCILIATION AND ARBITRATION IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DISPUTE SETTLEMENT

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“Industrial relations dispute settlement through Conciliation may be continued to lawsuit in Industrial Relations Court, if no agreement is reached. Meanwhile, industrial relations dispute settlement through Arbitration cannot be continued to Industrial Relations Court.” Referring to the previous article (read also: 3 Industrial Relations Dispute Settlement Procedures That You Need to Know) which there are…

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Steps for Employer Not to Be Fined Due to Late Wage Payment

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The Law defines wage as the right of the worker/laborer that is received and expressed in the form of money as remuneration from the entrepreneur or the employer to workers/laborers, whose amount is determined and paid according to a work agreement, consensus, or laws and regulations, including allowances for the worker/laborers and their family for…

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CAN A COMPANY SOLELY CONDUCT THE LAYOFF?

The public understanding of the Employment Termination (PHK), as of termination taken unilaterally by the company is the wrong thing. Referring to the Labor Law,  a layoff is a termination of employment for a particular issue that resulted in termination of rights and obligations between employees and companies. Thus, layoffs may occur because of the…

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NOT ALL LABOR DISPUTES CAN BE SOLVED IN INDUSTRIAL RELATION COURT

Ideally, an industrial relation should be in harmony. Employer and employee must understand their duties and rights as commonly regulated in the employment agreement. An industrial relation will end into dispute if both parties do not respect to each other. When harmony turns into dispute, it could be settled before the court. However, it does…

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OBLIGATION OF A COMPANY TO ESTABLISH A BIPARTITE COOPERATION INSTITUTION

According to Article 105 of Manpower Law every companies who employing 50 employments or more is under an obligation to establish a bipartite cooperation institution or commonly known as LKS Bipartite (Bipartite Institution). Indonesian Manpower Law (Law No.13 of 2003) defined the Bipartite Institution is a communication and consultation forum on matters pertaining to industrial…

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