The Indonesian Employment Act & Industrial Relation Issues

Event Date: 24 March 2020
Event Time: 9am – 5.00pm – (Includes buffet lunch, and 2 tea breaks)
Location: AQueen Hotel, Paya Lebar 33 Jalan Afifi, Singapore 409180

By Juliana Tompodung,  Associate Trainer, HRmatters21
Fees: S$580.00 (GST will not be applicable) – Skillsfuture Approved

Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Information pertaining to compliance requirements based on Indonesia manpower legislations and its prevailing laws.
  • Understand the correct interpretation of the Indonesian manpower law, Employment Relations, and the Employment of Foreign Workers.
  • Understand the difference between work agreements made for an unspecified time (permanent employment) and work agreement made for a specified time (contract employment).
  • Matters to the condition and term of contract for service (outsourcing).
  • Comprehensive understanding to the correct interpretation of working hours and employee to work longer than the normal working hours (overtime).
  • Formulating work agreement, company regulations and collective labour agreement.
  • Being aware of the latest Government regulations of the Republic of Indonesia and its new amendments.
  • Avoiding breaching industrial relations dispute.
  • Tips on settling industrial relations dispute.
  • Issues pertaining to termination based on Indonesian labour law

Course Outline

Module 1 – Introduction

  • Indonesia manpower law and Government of Indonesia regulations.
  • Obligations of employers and employee.

Module 2 – Employment

  • Employment relations.
  • Employment of foreign workers.
  • Work agreement made for an unspecified time (permanent employment).
  • Work agreement made for a specified time (contract employment).
  • Condition and terms of Contract for service (outsourcing).
  • Employment of women.
  • Employment of children.
  • Industrial relations dispute case studies. 

Module 3 – Protection, wages and welfare

  • Disabled person.
  • Working hours.
  • Occupational safety and health.
  • Industrial relations dispute case studies. 

Module 4 – Industrial Relations

  • Company regulations.
  • Formulate the company rules and regulations.
  • Procedures for making and legalizing the company regulations
  • Collective labor agreement.
    • Formulate the collective labor agreement.
    • Procedures for making and registering the collective labor agreement.
  • Trade/Labour Union.
  • Entrepreneurs’ organization.
  • Bipartite co-operation institution.
  • Tripartite co-operation institution.
  • Institutions / Agencies for the settlement of IR disputes.
  • IR disputes mechanism
  • Strikes
  • Lock-out
  • IR dispute – Case studies.

Module 5 – Criminal Provisions & Administrative Sanctions.

  • Criminal provisions
  • Administrative sanctions

Module 6 – Termination of Employment.

Workshop Leader

Juliana Laura Tompodung is the Country HR Manager of Core Laboratories, a global oil and gas services company headquartered in Houston, Texas, USA. She currently manages HR for both countries Indonesia and Australia. Juliana obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree from University of Indonesia in 1999. She started her career in a law firm with specialization in Labor Law, Corporate Banking and Litigation with extensive experience handling a wide range of employment issues including employment contracts, social security, employee termination due to heavy violation, M&A process, organizational restructuring, redundancy, review company regulations, represent company dealing with labor union on negotiation of collective labour agreement.

She was leaving her lawyering activity and switched her career to be a HR professional. With 15 years of HR experience in various industry such as Telecommunication, Manufacturing, Foreign Government, Hospitality and Oil and Gas sectors, she has been proficient in the design and implementation of Human Resources practices, including Industrial and Employee Relations, Manpower Planning, Organization Development, Performance Management, People Development Learning, Reward and Expatriate Affairs. She was awarded as Qualified Management Training Programme Trainer from AOTS (The Association for Overseas Technical Cooperation and Sustainable Partnership) Japan in 2016.

She is also the founder of HR Migas Community, a non profit group of Indonesian HR Professional in the oil and gas industry including upstream, midstream, downstream and oil services sectors. She is also involved as one of the Partner in the FTHR (Future HR) Learning Forum in Indonesia.

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