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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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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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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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