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Under Indonesian law, employers must hire at least one disabled person for every 100 employees.
Men and women have equal rights based on Indonesia’s Labour law and constitution.
Discrimination may be direct or indirect. It does not have to be intentional.
The prohibition of discrimination on religious grounds covers religious practices including prayer, dietary and clothing requirements, and religious holy days.
Child labour is prohibited. The minimum age for regular employment is 15 years of age.
Ways in which companies can improve their practices and productivity.
BWJ sponsors study to aid the development of evidence-based policies.
Kelly I. Pike Shane Godfrey