Human Resources & Payroll

Employing Local Workers in Indonesia    

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By: Dezan Shira & Associates
Editor: Samuel Glickstein

In order for a foreign firm to thrive in Indonesia, it must adapt to the country’s labor laws and human resource procedures. Although there is some space for flexibility in human resource management in Indonesia, the country’s labor laws and regulations have established firm protections for workers. Employers who violate these obligations will likely face significant legal repercussions. Therefore, it is paramount that employers learn about Indonesian manpower laws and the expectations that they may encounter when they interact with local workers.

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