The Government Steps Up with the Development of Job Creation Law in the Country

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Looking back, The Law No. 13 of 2003 established that under the Civil Code, a corporation refusing to pay severance compensation would be fined and this would take a longer time to resolve.

Ironically, it was the worker who had to pay the costs of the federal case, as the complainant. In order to improve job growth and ease-of-doing business, Indonesia’s government is expediting completion of 54 regulations arising from the Job Development Legislation, containing 49 governmental and five presidential regulations and this is what the Coordinating Economic Affairs Minister, Airlangga Hartarto highlighted.

The Minister noted during the comment made in Jakarta that the government had offered the citizens space to collect their comments and take their desires into account in the drafting of derivative regulations on the Job Creation Legislation.

The aspiration absorption team and aspiration absorption activities are the four primary outlets, as well as by official letters to the Economic Affairs Coordinating Ministry and relevant ministries or agencies. Up until the 25th of January via the Work Creation Law platform and posts and 48 inputs via e-mail, a total of 112 web-form inputs were obtained from the general public.

Along with this, any 4.88 million individuals have been confirmed to have used the portal. The inputs from an offline aspiration collection case in 15 regions across Indonesia yielded 38 input files. To result in 227 input files, expectations through the absorption team were registered.

In addition, 72 feedback files were obtained by way of official letters sent to the Ministry for the Coordination of Economic Affairs and to relevant ministries and institutions. The Coordinating Minister Hartarto on the other hand shared the expectation that the legislation would promote the development of more effective, easy and safe government services by implementing existing protocols, standards, procedures and requirements.

Consequently, The Work Growth Statute facilitates job availability, ensures ease of licensing for companies, and allows individuals to create new businesses. It also supports the strengthening and mobilization of micro and small enterprises and encompasses initiatives through an integrated electronic framework to discourage and root out corruption.

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