The country’s Ministry of Manpower is continuing to advocate for regulations that combat workplace harassment and promote women's empowerment.
Workday’s cloud technology will enable BINUS group to digitally transform its operations so all processes and workflows would run on a single platform.
Employees who are entitled to the Eid Al-Fitr allowance must be reimbursed by 15 April 2023, one week before the holiday commences.
Despite a tight labour market, organisations in Indonesia are focused on improving the employee experience and redesigning talent processes in 2023.
Many women in Indonesia, especially those with small children, are leaving the workforce due to childcare costs and societal expectations.
Global hiring grew across many regions in the world, with the majority of job roles designed to be performed remotely, according to a new Deel report.
Organisations can do more to create a psychologically safe work environment that improves employee engagement, performance, and retention.
Her responsibilities as CMO include brand strategy, corporate communications, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives.
The law is amended to include a component for the formula used to determine minimum wages that take purchasing power into consideration.
Bonus payouts will be higher in Indonesia this year, and salary increases will follow in 2023, a Mercer report has predicted.
The government is aiming to bring at least 30 million MSMEs onboard the digital ecosystem by 2024 and to nurture more digital talents.
Adjustments to the minimum wage are determined by combining inflation, economic growth, and the productivity at work factor of respective provinces.
Employment opportunities related to environmental responsibility activities are expected to increase, predicted Indonesia’s central bank.
Efforts continue to be made to improve human resources and develop vocational education to achieve inclusive and equitable development.
The Manpower Ministry is still finalising details on workers’ minimum wage in 2023, which will be announced at the end of November this year.
Indonesia would need 17 million workers who are able to use and manage technology, said State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) Minister Erick Thohir.
The Social Affairs Ministry will be improving training for people with disabilities to widen their access to job opportunities or employment.
Organised by HRM Asia, the CHRO Series Indonesia is kicking off today at the Shangri-La Hotel in Indonesia.
Employees’ skills, financial independence, and financial inclusion have so far been improved through the Pre-Employment Card Programme.
To achieve its goal of 9 million digital talents by 2030, the nation needs to produce 600,000 digital talents a year.
Companies in Indonesia have been urged to invest in female workers’ health to increase business productivity and employee loyalty.
Organisations have been urged to implement and observe labour norms that address wages, social assistance, as well as work safety and health.
As sexual violence cases have a detrimental effect on productivity, it is critical that companies prevent such incidents, said the Manpower Ministry.
Asia Pacific is expected to see wages rise next year due to a tight labour market and rising inflation concerns.
Organised by HRM Asia, CHRO Series Indonesia will explore the latest hybrid work models that can empower leaders to build successful HR teams.
Ensuring workers’ rights is key to building inclusive and safe work environments in a recovering world of work, says Vice President Ma’ruf Amin.
The Ministry of Manpower is making efforts to ensure that the wage subsidy assistance (BSU) can start to be distributed this month.
The country targets 30 million MSMEs to join the digital ecosystem by 2024, saying this will help boost employment.
Besides serving as a guideline for businesses, the move will also bridge the gap between the lowest and highest earnings.
The government has urged firms to implement the Work Safety and Health Management System (SMK3) to protect workers and enhance work productivity.