This document contains Better Work’s guidance on the Minimum Wage Procedure. It is based on Indonesia Labour Law and regulations.
This brief provides an explanation of the legal standards underlying the questions in the Better Work CAT on Forced Labour.
The Provincial Governor of Banten Regulation No. 561.2/Kep.357-Huk/ of 2012, which was signed on 25 April 2012, regulates the Approval of Postponement for the 2012 Minimum Wage.
Employers must provide meals and drinks of at least 1,400 calories to workers who work overtime for three hours or more.
Minimum wages are the lowest minimum wages that consist of basic wage and fixed allowances.
Freedom of association includes the right to be free from interference in the exercise of the right to associate.
Workers are free to join or not to join a union. Under Indonesian law, a worker can join only one union at a factory.
Workers must be free to choose how they are represented, and employers must not interfere in the process.