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Questionable Layoffs

Monday, November 14, 2022

Business associations announce mass layoffs. Some believe that the layoffs are an effort to prevent wage increase.

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Protesters from labor groups carry posters during a protest in front of Jakarta City Hall, November 10. ANTARA PHOTO/Darryl Ramadhan . tempo : 172147959277.

ON Wednesday, November 2, the 16 workers gathered at the branch office of the Garment, Textile, Leather, and Industry Center All-Indonesia Labor Association (FSB-Garteks) in Citereup, Bogor Regency, West Java. They engaged in non-stop discussions. They talked about their next steps following layoffs by the textile company where they were employed.

Two days prior, the 16 workers had received termination letters in effect in early November. They h

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