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Horror Stories, Fake Agents and Visas in Indonesia

Have you ever dreamed of relocating or migrating to Indonesia? Whatever the reason is, it is a big decision to make. Thus, you should never downplay the importance of applying for the right visa. There are many types of visas in Indonesia, and taking the wrong step can cause delays, heavy fine, penal sanctions, blacklisting …

Company Registration in Padang, Indonesia: A Handy Guide

Padang is no longer just a getaway for vacation seekers. It is now a dynamic business hub where global investors have gathered for starting a business in Indonesia. Many investment opportunities have emerged in Padang and the most prominent ones are in the tourism and hospitality sector. Recently, the Indonesian government even cut the BI …

A Comparison between Company Incorporation in Indonesia and Singapore

With some of the employment and business opportunities, it’s no surprise both Indonesia and Singapore are among the top investment destinations in Southeast Asia. Both of these dynamic countries attract foreign investors from all corners of the world to establish a business. Ever wondered what are the key differences between company incorporation in Indonesia vs. …

5 Myths about PEO in Indonesia You Must Not Believe

Starting a business in Indonesia is not difficult but it has its fair share of challenges due to its competitive business environment. Therefore, smart entrepreneurs understand the value of their precious time and money. Instead of overloading their employees with mundane HR tasks and employee responsibilities that come with the growth of their business, these …

After Company Incorporation in Vietnam, What’s Next?

Once you have completed your company incorporation in Vietnam, the Vietnamese government expects you to go through certain necessary processes. Your company must also comply with Vietnamese laws to keep your company up and running. Let’s start with some of the basic steps you need to follow immediately after your company incorporation in Vietnam. What’s …

Why Choose Outsourcing in Indonesia and How to Perform Evaluation

Nowadays, outsourcing has become a trend in the world of business in Indonesia. Outsourcing has been accepted by organisations and companies as a way to redefine and re-energise business. Management third party, also known as an outsourcing provider, is an organisation that offers services to companies to help them boost business growth by letting them …

Acquiring Property in Bali: Through Rental or Leasehold?

Bali has served as a tourism hub in Indonesia for many years thanks to its excellent location, amazing landscapes, and a wide range of travel offerings. As a result, a substantial number of foreign investors see Bali as their top-choice destination to make investments in property due to the massive arrival of tourists. In 2019, …

Owning Land in Bali through a Nominee Agreement: Your Guide

In Indonesia, foreigners are prohibited to own a Hak Milk (freehold title) of land under the Indonesian Agrarian Law. Freehold lands only belong to Indonesian citizens. Foreigners are only entitled to Hak Pakai (leasehold title) of land, i.e. the right of use of land. Therefore, even a foreigner inherits a freehold land through a marriage …

No More of These 4 Time-Consuming HR Practices when You Start Outsourcing in Indonesia

There are many HR practices in a company’s HR department to manage recruitment and hiring, employee benefits, payroll, training, retention, performance evaluation, employee termination, employee issues and complaints, and so many others. However, not all in-house practices are practical and some of them are even downright outdated and could lead to legal implications. Therefore, a …