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  • What Are Indonesia's Minimum Wages By Province in 2019?

    What Are Indonesia's Minimum Wages By Province in 2019?

    Based on a circular that was issued by Indonesia's Manpower Ministry on 15 October 2018, the Indonesian government plans to raise provincial minimum wages by 8.03 percent in 2019. Provincial governors have up to 1 November 2018 to officially determine the local minimum wage for 2019.

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  • What Are the Minimum Wages in Indonesia in 2018?

    What Are the Minimum Wages in Indonesia in 2018?

    Local governments in Indonesia have been announcing their new minimum wages in recent weeks. According to national law, municipal minimum wages have to be announced before 21 November 2017 (and will come into effect on 1 January 2018). Overall, the Indonesian government set a 8.71 percent increase in minimum wages for 2018. This way it allows the Indonesian workers to adjust to continuously rising living costs.

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  • Fourth Economic Stimulus Package Indonesia: Employment

    Fourth Economic Stimulus Package Indonesia: Employment

    On Thursday (15/10), Indonesian Chief Economics Minister Darmin Nasution unveiled the fourth economic stimulus package with a main focus on boosting labor and employment in Indonesia. A key policy in the new package is the fixed formula that will be applied by the government to determine increases in labor wages across the 34 provinces of the Archipelago. The government said it will allow a wage increase, every year, based on the provincial inflation rate and economic growth pace.

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  • Demonstrasi Buruh Indonesia: Apa Tuntutan Mereka?

    Demonstrasi Buruh Indonesia: Apa Tuntutan Mereka?

    Mirah Sumirat, Ketua Asosiasi Serikat Pekerja (ASPEK), menyatakan bahwa puluhan ribu buruh yang berpartisipasi dalam demonstrasi yang diorganisir di Jakarta Pusat pada hari Selasa (01/09), tidak bertujuan melakukan anarki atau kudeta tapi hanya meminta Pemerintah lebih berusaha untuk melindungi kepentingan rakyat (seperti yang diamanatkan oleh Undang-Undang Dasar 1945; Pasal 27, Ayat 2).

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  • Indonesia Inaugurates $60 Million Nike Shoes Factory in Garut

    Indonesia Inaugurates $60 Million Nike Shoes Factory in Garut

    Indonesian Industry Minister Saleh Husin inaugurated the new USD $60 million shoe factory of Changshin Reksa Jaya in Garut (West Java) which will produce Nike branded shoes. The shoe factory has an annual production capacity of 15 million pairs and will provide employment to 5,500 people. Reportedly, all of the shoes produced at this plant will be exported to Europe, USA, and other parts of Asia. Minister Husin stated that the new factory is highly appreciated as it will boost the country’s non-oil & gas exports.

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  • Indonesia’s Footwear Industry Hurt by Minimum Wage Growth Uncertainty

    Indonesia’s Footwear Industry Hurt by Minimum Wage Growth Uncertainty

    Foreign investors continue to be concerned about rapidly rising minimum wages in Indonesia. In Indonesian media it was reported that a total of sixteen investors, mostly from South Korea and Japan, cancelled their plans to establish footwear factories in Indonesia due to uncertainty over Indonesian minimum wage growth. In the last couple of years, minimum wages in Indonesia have grown sharply, possibly as a result of politicians looking for popular support ahead of regional elections.

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  • Berapa Upah Minimum di Indonesia di Tahun 2015?

    Berapa Upah Minimum di Indonesia di Tahun 2015?

    Total 29 provinsi Indonesia telah mengkonfirmasi upah minimum regional baru untuk tahun 2015. Secara keseluruhan (mengecualikan empat provinsi yang tersisa), rata-rata upah minimum Indonesia naik 12,77% pada basis year-on-year (y/y) di tahun 2015. Meskipun kenaikan ini cukup signifikan, kenaikan ini lebih kecil dibandingkan kenaikan upah minimum Indonesia di tahun 2014 (19,10% y/y). Kenaikan upah minimum terbesar terjadi di Provinsi Bangka Belitung (28%), sementara kenaikan upah terendah terjadi di Riau (0,58%).

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  • Minimum Wages Indonesia: Ahok & Jakarta’s Minimum Wage Growth

    Acting Jakarta Governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnama said that the minimum provincial wage for Jakarta (Upah Minimum Provinsi) will not exceed IDR 2.7 million (USD $221) in 2015. This new minimum wage would mean a 10.3 percentage point increase from Jakarta’s current minimum wage of IDR 2.44 million (USD $200). According to the acting Governor, the new minimum wage would be above the needed salary to have an acceptable standard of living in the capital city of Indonesia (which Ahok puts at IDR 2.53 million or USD $207).

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  • Central Government Requests Provincial Governors Not to Raise Minimum Wages in 2021

    Central Government Requests Provincial Governors Not to Raise Minimum Wages in 2021

    Through Manpower Minister Circular Letter No. M/11/HK.04/X/2020, the central government of Indonesia requests all provincial governors not to raise the minimum wages for 2021 as the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on entrepreneurs and business has been severe. The financial pressure (due to missed income) makes it tough for many entrepreneurs to survive. By not raising the minimum wages in 2021, these business-owners would get some air, which means jobs can be saved.

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  • Balancing Conflicting Interests: Indonesia’s Provincial Minimum Wages for 2020

    Balancing Conflicting Interests: Indonesia’s Provincial Minimum Wages for 2020

    Discussing minimum wages is always a sensitive issue. Workers long for rapid growth of their monthly wages as many of them encounter difficulties in making ends meet in their daily lives. In fact, those whose salaries are close to the minimum wage tend to be near-poor and uneducated, particularly in developing nations such as Indonesia, and therefore both their present conditions and their future perspectives are far from bright.

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