Understanding the amendment, interpretation, and removal of provisions of Indonesia's employment law of 2003 are important for user and practitioner of HR, legal, or other labor-related practitioner.
(PRWEB) June 14, 2016
During 13 years of Indonesia labor law's applicability, there are many claims brought to Indonesia's Constitutional Court (CC) to review a provision or some provisions of the employment law. A compilation of various CC's decisions related to labor law is therefore highly crucial for HR, legal, or other labor-related practitioners.
The labor law of Indonesia has been promulgated since 2003. From its promulgation, the labor law was intended to protect worker's fundamental rights by also considering employer's interest. The CC was surprisingly established at the same year as the labor law of 2003. Since the CC's decisions are not issued at the same time, and claimed by various different parties, it is very helpful for the user, legal practitioner, or any other labor-related practitioners to have a reference to look into when dealing with labor issue in Indonesia. This is the reasons why our firm Leks&Co then compiled and published various of CC's decisions on concise summary, by this June 2016, that can be used by all practitioners.