Factory worker Siti Indah Anggraini vividly recalls the day her friend accidentally cut herself as she was cutting fabrics with...
Sri Tentrem smiled broadly as she shared her story about her experience working in labour unions. She wore a sky-blue vest emblazoned with a bold “SPN,” the abbreviation for her union, on the left side, accompanied by a red-and-white Indonesian flag on the right.
When COVID-19 vaccines were first available in early 2021 in Indonesia, Human Resource Supervisor Eltruidis Widyarsanti had to scramble to secure vaccines for the hundreds of employees at the garment factory she oversaw in Semarang, Central Java.
ILO, German Government wrap up landmark project granting 2 million USD in wage subsidies, compensation and vaccinations to workers in Indonesia
The initiative aimed to not only protect workers and businesses from COVID-19 impacts, but to build a culture of prevention regarding OSH in the workplace, strengthening networks among workers and employers in the garment sector and surrounding communities.
A collaborative Covid recovery fund is doing something unique – offering direct compensation to laid-off workers. The ILO-BMZ fund has...
Retrenchment guidelines for Indonesia.
Employers and workers together to fight the COVID-19 pandemic consequences in Indonesia
Better Work Indonesia awareness raising campaign on social media
The ILO in collaboration with UN Indonesia conducted a media visit to one of the ILO’s Better Work Indonesia’s garment factories in Semarang. The media visit provided insights and real experiences to Indonesian journalists about working lives in the garment sector.
Social dialogue helps industry tackle long-standing issue with workers’ contracts