An Analysis Of The Regulations For Execution Of Industrial Relations Courts: Case Study Of Non-Compliant Company In Indonesia

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There are a variety of regulations and laws that govern industrial relations disputes, including those involving rights, interests, terminations of employment, and disputes among unions within a company. Nevertheless, if the working relationship between employees/laborers and employers does not always run smoothly, there could be disputes over layoffs or terminations of employment. There have been cases in Indonesia where several companies have not complied with the rules following the termination of their employees. Employers need to implement pristine PHI (Industrial Relations Court) decisions for workers to be able to exercise their rights. The purpose of this study is to intend to explore and analyze the concept of procedural law in the context of implementing collective agreements in Indonesia. This study applies a legal empirical approach to figure out how to resolve legal issues. Conducted using both primary and secondary legal materials including The Constitution of 1945, the Civil Code, and the Republic of Indonesia Law are among the primary sources used in this study. Furthermore, for harmonious industrial relations to be achieved, the government needs to establish normative regulations through laws and regulations that will allow them to function in harmony.

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