Posts Tagged ‘Labour & Employment’

Fahrul Yusuf

SSEK Partner to Speak at Employment Law Alliance Conference in China

Fahrul S. Yusuf, the supervising partner of SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants’ award-winning labor and employment practice, will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Employment Law Alliance conference in Shanghai, China. Fahrul will be on the panel discussing “Trends in Discrimination/Harassment Law Around the World.” The session is scheduled for October 17th. SSEK is a [...]

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Free Employment Law Alliance Webinar on Workplace Leave Laws in Canada

The Employment Law Alliance is offering a free 90-minute webinar on Thursday, October 26, on “Workplace Leave Laws: Strategies to Navigate the Changing Landscape in Canada.” Webinar Description This interactive presentation will provide an overview of paid and unpaid leave laws governing employers throughout Canada, with views from seven provinces, including Quebec. Attendees will be [...]

Labor & Employment

Update on Employment Law in Indonesia and Asia

SSEK Legal Consultants has contributed the Indonesia chapter to the new Asia Employment Law, a quarterly review of employment law developments across 14 jurisdictions in Asia. The review is designed to help legal and human resources advisers stay up to date on employment-related legal developments in Indonesia and around Asia. For the Indonesia chapter of [...]

Labor & Employment

Salaries of Foreign Workers Seconded to Indonesia

By Wynne Prasetyo Bank Indonesia has refined its position regarding the exemption of a cross-border supply of services from the currency requirement, particularly in the case of a foreigner who is employed by a foreign company and seconded to an Indonesian company (Article 8.(1).b.1 of Bank Indonesia Regulation No. 17/3/PBI/2015 and Article C.3.b.1 of Bank [...]

Employment Law Alliance

Update on Free Employment Law Webinar on the Implications of Brexit for Businesses in UK and EU

The Employment Law Alliance is offering a free 75-minute webinar on “The Implications of Brexit: What Does It Mean for Businesses in the UK and Across the EU?” This free webinar is now scheduled for Wednesday, June 14 (the date has been changed from May 24). Webinar Description It has been nearly a year since [...]

SSEK

SSEK Features at AmCham Indonesia Discussion on Work Permits

The American Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia (AmCham Indonesia) hosted a discussion on Tuesday, May 9, on work permits. Coping with Work Permits: Finding the Way Forward was moderated by Darrell R. Johnson, the senior foreign legal adviser at SSEK Indonesian Legal Consultants, and featured SSEK senior associate Stephen Igor Warokka. The session took participants [...]

Labor & Employment

Update on Employment Law in Indonesia and Asia

SSEK Legal Consultants has contributed the Indonesia chapter to the new Asia Employment Law, a quarterly review of employment law developments across 15 jurisdictions in Asia. The review is designed to help legal and human resources advisers stay up to date on employment-related legal developments around Asia. For the Indonesia chapter of the Employment Law [...]

Chambers Asia 2017 Leading Individual

SSEK Lawyers Highly Ranked in New Chambers Directory

Five SSEK partners and foreign legal advisors have been recognized as leading practitioners in Indonesia across a host of practice areas in the 2017 Chambers Asia-Pacific directory of the leading lawyers in the region. SSEK founding partner Ira A. Eddymurthy received a Band 1 ranking from Chambers for Corporate/M&A. Darrell R. Johnson, a senior foreign [...]

Labor & Employment

Update on Employment Law in Indonesia and Asia

SSEK Legal Consultants has contributed the Indonesia chapter to the new Asia Employment Law, a quarterly review of employment law developments across 15 jurisdictions in Asia. The review is designed to help legal and human resources advisers stay up to date on employment-related legal developments around Asia. For the Indonesia chapter of the Employment Law [...]

Labor & Employment

Guide to Benefits in Indonesia

By Richard D. Emmerson and Indrawan Dwi Yuriutomo In 2011, the Indonesian Government reformed its National Social Security System and passed Law No. 24 on the Social Security Organizing Body (Badan Penyelenggara Jaminan Sosial or “BPJS”) (the “BPJS Law”) to help meet the basic needs of the country’s population. The types of social security programs [...]