Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower has issued an eagerly awaited decree on those positions that can be held by expatriate employees in various business sectors. SSEK, led by Stephen Igor Warokka and Angky Banggaditya, was heavily involved in the process of helping to shape the contents of the decree.
SSEK partners Dewi Savitri Reni and Fransiscus Rodyanto were featured speakers at an energy and mineral resources legal training event organized by the Business Law Society at the University of Indonesia Faculty of Law.
SSEK's Fahrul Yusuf has contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through – Labor & Employment 2019, where he provides an overview of Indonesian labor and employment law, including worker representation and labor unions.
Indonesia’s Business Competition Supervisory Commission (KPPU) is seen to be more strictly enforcing fines for companies that are late in notifying the KPPU of a merger or acquisition that meets a certain threshold, with companies facing fines of billions of rupiah for non-compliance.
SSEK partners Rusmaini Lenggogeni and Syahdan Z. Aziz recently led a full-day Indonesia HR Employment Law Masterclass in Singapore, providing a comprehensive overview of the Indonesian labor law landscape and regulatory updates.
SSEK's Fahrul S. Yusuf and Mohammad K. Bratawijaya have contributed the Indonesia chapter to Lexology Getting the Deal Through – e-Commerce 2020, where they provide an overview of Indonesian e-Commerce law.
The Employment Law Alliance is offering a free 60-minute webinar on “Posting of Employees in EU,” which will examine the employment laws to consider when sending workers to another EU member state. The webinar is an invitation-only event exclusively for clients of ELA member law firms.
SSEK's Rusmaini Lenggogeni has contributed the Indonesia chapter to Chambers Corporate Governance 2019. The guide provides expert legal commentary on rules, requirements and practices adopted by businesses, covering the most important developments for businesses.