“The JKP scheme is provided for two consecutive years. With this, referring to the long-term outsourcing of labor services in all types of work without restrictions, it is easy for employers to fire the workers after a year or six months of a contract,” he said.
Currently, the judicial review process of the Job Creation Law is still ongoing at the Constitutional Court.
The union leaders hoped that the issues will be delivered to President Joko Widodo.
Meanwhile, according to Moeldoko, the government is not ignoring the welfare of workers in the implementation of the Job Creation Law, especially regarding the sectoral wages and religious holiday allowance or locally known as THR.
“These are the two highlights that I will point out to the Manpower Minister,” Moeldoko said in a statement on Saturday.
He said that the government will take a firm stance against companies that do not provide THR to their employees.
(Writer: Fitria Chusna Farisa | Editor: Bayu Galih)