SSEK's Stephen Igor Warokka gave a presentation and led a Q&A session at an AmCham Indonesia briefing on Indonesian Ministry of Manpower (MoM) Decree No. 228/2019 regarding Certain Positions that Can Be Occupied by Foreign Workers.
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SSEK's Ira A Eddymurthy and Fahrul S. Yusuf have contributed the Indonesia chapter to the Chambers Corporate M&A 2019 global guide, where they provide expert legal commentary on key issues for businesses including primary regulators.
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Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower has issued eagerly awaited rules on those positions that can be held by expatriate workers. Join Stephen Igor Warokka, a supervising partner in the immigration law and work permit practice of SSEK Legal Consultants, and AmCham’s Managing Director, Lin Neumann, for a briefing and a Q&A session on MoM Decree No. 228/2019.
The Minister of Manpower has issued a decree containing a positive list of those positions that are open to expatriate workers in Indonesia. Minister of Manpower Decree No. 228 of 2019 became effective on August 27, 2019.