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Labour Law Guideline- Indonesia
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2.5. HIV / AIDS
Employees with HIV and AIDS should be able to work as long as they are physically fit and are not endangering themselves or others in the workplace.
9.4. Industrial Relations Disputes
An Industrial Relations Dispute is a difference of opinion resulting in a dispute between employers or an association of employers with workers or trade unions.
9.3. Tripartite Cooperation Institutions
The tripartite cooperation institution serves as a forum for the tripartite stakeholders.
9.2. Bipartite Cooperation Institutions
A bipartite cooperation institution is a forum where workers and management communicate and consult with each other regarding issues relating to industrial relations, enterprise sustainability and workers’ welfare.
9.1. Industrial Relations
The Indonesian Manpower Act states that the government creates policy, provides services, oversees and enforces legislation.
8.3. Leave and Public Holidays
Workers are entitled to 12 days of paid time off for annual leave after 12 months of continuous service.
Better Work Indonesia: 8.6 Overtime
Employers must provide a written instruction to work overtime and must obtain the written consent of the worker.