Indonesia - Flagrant violations of worker benefits provided in labour law (2010)

Most companies in Indonesia flaunt the basic provisions of labour law with impunity. Even where unions have successfully negotiated collective bargaining agreements, employers will still ignore worker entitlements under labour law and/or blatantly repudiate the terms of the agreements. Indonesia’s labour law fails to protect workers in practice because the law does not distinguish strike actions to enforce labour law or contract rights from strikes solely involving the economic interests of workers.

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