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Industrial Relations System In Indonesia

Training For Expatriate Excecutives (IN ENGLISH)

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  • Course Type

    Public

  • Course Duration

    8

  • Course Location

    Kota Administrasi Jakarta Pusat

  • Course Max Participant

    20

  • Course Address

    Hotel SOFYAN BETAWI, Jalan Cut Mutiah, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat.

  • Course Date & Time

    06 April 2018 12:00

Course Description

Course Summary

Indonesia is still opened for foreign investment. The government keeps trying to improve and simplify various regulations in order to strengthen the comparative advantage amongst the developing countries in this region. Efforts have been made to implement proper regulations in order to attract foreign investors to put their investment in Indonesia, In the past i.e. during the New Order era, Industrial Relations function had been a priority for the authorities, eg Manpower Dept. to look after because the Government was very much concerned in maintaining a peaceful working condition in the industry.

For over 30 years, the industry in general was in good condition, people working relatively peaceful in the factories. But, when the New Order was no longer in power, the Industrial Relations condition changed much. The new Government seemed having difficulties in controlling the labor movement. So many strikes or labor unrest occurred in many areas in Indonesia. This condition made certain PMA (Foreign Investment) companies felt uncomfortable, unable to cope with the situation. Certain investors moved overseas. That should not happen if the Top Management could handle that unfavorable condition.

It is so important for the expatriate executives working in Indonesia to understand the present Industrial Relations condition, bearing in mind that from time to time the Manpower Laws might have changed, while business must go on as usual and the company ought to comply with all the regulations.

In the labor intensive industry dealing with work force need certain technique and strategy in order to manage the labor properly. It is most important that the HRD officers are in the same track with the Expatriate Executives. They should have a similar point of view in looking at the Industrial Relations matters and together safeguard the company’s operation.

Maximum Participant

20 Participants

Course Language

Indonesia

Course Core Competencies

Decision Making

At the end of this course, participants will be able to…

  • Get to know “What is HRD Management?”
  • To help the participants coping with the Industrial Relations System in Indonesia.
  • To show the participants how to handle the Industrial Relations matters in a peaceful way and establish a good working atmosphere.
  • Guide the expatriates about the Industrial Relations System in Indonesia, how “to deal, handle and play” with the Union.
  • Learn the crucial parts of the Labor Laws and where about to comply.
  • After this course, participants should be able to empower the existing HRD Team.
  • Participants have the opportunity to get professional advice about the industrial problems being faced by the company.

Who should take this course? Who should not?

  • Expatriate executives working in Indonesia, particularly those who are working for foreign companies or joint venture companies.
  • Those local counterparts who are working closely with the Expatriate Executives.

What participants will need to know or do before joining this course?

  • Basic knowledge on Indonesian Legislation especially about Manpower Laws and Regulations.
  • Some understanding about local values, way of life and the business philosophy.

Course Methods

Lecturing, Discussion, Case study & Group Presentation.

Course Content

    Day 1
  • Lecture 1

    Introduction to the 6 (six) functions in HRD Management.
  • Lecture 2

    An overview on Industrial Relations System in Indonesia.
  • Lecture 3

    The dynamic changes of the Manpower Regulations in Indonesia.
  • Lecture 4

    What you should know about Ministry of Manpower & make it beneficial to the company organization.
  • Lecture 5

    The Labor Union : Its existence in the company and proper techniques to handle the Union Leaders in establishing industrial peace in the company.
  • Lecture 6

    The Industrial Relations tools : Manpower Laws, Company Policy, CLA, SOP, UNION, Bipartite & Tripartite Body.
  • Lecture 7

    Effective technique in handling the industrial dispute settlement, the process & procedure.
  • Lecture 8

    The crucial parts of the Manpower Laws : UU 21/2000 Union, UU13/2003 Manpower, UU 2/2004 Labor Court (PPHI), Kepmen 49/2004, PP 78/2015 & Permen 1/2017 about Salary Structure & Scale

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