Dicky Tanjung, the head associate in SSEK Legal Consultants’ labor and employment practice, joined officials from Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower for a session at a recent British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia event on the employment of foreign workers. The breakfast event was part of BritCham’s Ministerial Series.
SSEK Legal Consultants has been recognized as one of the leading corporate law firms in Indonesia in Asialaw Profiles 2019, a guide to the best law firms in the Asia Pacific. SSEK was ranked as one of Indonesia’s leading firms in an impressive 19 industry sectors and practice areas, including the highest ranking in 12 industry sectors and practice areas.
SSEK's Denny Rahmansyah is a finalist for Managing Partner of the Year at the Asian Legal Business Indonesia Law Awards. Overall, SSEK has been short-listed for 14 firm, individual and deal awards, with the winners to be announced on October 4.
Please find the latest Global Client Newsletter from the Employment Law Alliance (ELA), which includes an article from SSEK on a new Indonesian manpower regulation that changes the rules for foreign workers.
SSEK's Fahrul S. Yusuf joined Indonesia’s Manpower Minister, Muhammad Hanif Dhakiri, and the British Ambassador to Indonesia, HMA Moazzam Malik, at a recent British Chamber of Commerce in Indonesia event on the employment of foreign workers.
SSEK's Rusmaini Lenggogeni, Syahdan Z. Aziz and Joseph Hendrik led a full-day Indonesian employment law masterclass in Singapore. The class covered the Indonesian labor law landscape, different categories of employment contract, expatriate employment, labor disputes and the termination process in Indonesia, among other topics.
SSEK Legal Consultants has been short-listed for 14 firm, individual and deal awards at the Asian Legal Business Indonesia Law Awards, underlining SSEK’s position as a leading full-service corporate law firm in Indonesia. The winners will be announced on October 4.