Minimum Wage Tough Talks
Monday, 28 November 2022
Discussions to decide the provincial minimum wage for 2023 get hot. Workers are lobbying the president to issue a discretion, while employers are suing manpower minister regulation.
THE meeting of the Wage Council of the West Java Province on Wednesday, November 16, was suddenly stopped. On that second day of meeting, meeting participants were compiling recommendations for the 2023 provincial minimum wage (UMP). As the discussion was stuck, the meeting was stopped. “It was really heating up, we eventually stopped it,” Taufik Garsadi, Head of the West Java Province Manpower and Transmigration Service, told Tempo o...
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