COVID-19 and Labour Law: Indonesia
Keywords:Covid-19, Labour Law, Social Security, Pre-Employment Card Scheme, Omnibus Bill on Job Creation
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on employment and livelihoods in Indonesia. Understanding the implications for workers requires mapping the combined interactions of existing labour law protections, new regulations and social security measures. This all also needs to be understood in the context of national and regional government power-sharing, Indonesia’s large informal economy and the likely worsening of compliance with formal labour protections during the pandemic.
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