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Blog: Recruitment

Recruitment of Foreign Workers in Indonesia

Regulation on Hiring Foreigners in Indonesia The President of Indonesia, Joko Widodo, has signed Presidential Regulation No. 20/2018 on the Recruitment of Foreign Workers in Indonesia. …

HR Outsourcing – Benefits & Challenges In Indonesia

Hiring an incompetent employee is a liability. According to a survey, a bad hire can cost a business $50,000 or more. While it actually differs depending on the industry or the country, one thing is clear: it loses you money. A poorly chosen employee can result in a fast turnover rate, low productivity, and decreased …

Hiring Talents and Manpower in Indonesia

Indonesia has one of the biggest populations in Asia. It is home to more than 260 million people as of 2016. A good percentage is a young, talented, and dynamic workforce. In spite of this, sometimes companies need to hire foreign workers. Perhaps it’s to augment their team or to fill in the skills gap. …

5 Ways How to Grow Your Business through Outsourcing

Outsourcing, also known as “contracting out”, is a business practice of having organizational tasks, functions, and operations done outside a company. They can be outsourced to an external company to improve efficiency and reduce costs. Outsourcing is known to be the passive path to growing your business in Indonesia, especially for startups and small businesses. …

Understanding PEO Outsourcing Services in Indonesia

Thinking of setting up a business in Indonesia? You know it requires business permits and licenses. You need to work on other core functions such as recruitment, human resource, payroll, and tax accounting. Here we explain the business process outsourcing Indonesia that most companies used.All these can be very confusing – and frustrating – for …

Recruitment and Hiring 101

Indonesia is one of Southeast Asia’s most progressive countries with a steady growth of 5.8% GDP over the last 10 years. As a matter of fact, Indonesia will be the top 7th strongest economy in the world by 2030. The country is also a major exporter of essential raw materials and commodities such as crude …

Why Business Owners Need Background Check in Indonesia

When you are running and develop your business in Indonesia, it is very important that your company is supported by workers with experience and proven practices, have a good track record, and assumed not bring troubles to your company in the future. This can be done with a background check in Indonesia. Surely an organisation …

Recruitment in Indonesia: Understanding the Labor Situation and Recruitment Process

Recruitment Indonesia: help support your business is a step that needs to be done after your company is established. Not only rich in natural resources and potential markets, but Indonesia is also rich in labor forces. The problem is newly established foreign company in Indonesia, known as PT PMA, often has less knowledge and experience …

Recruitment and Hiring Market in Indonesia

Foreign Worker Recruitment Process for PMA in Indonesia The process of recruiting foreign labor for a PMA is quite a bit more complicated than local labor. Based on Law Number 13 the Year 2003 concerning manpower, employers are prohibited from employing foreigners without written permission from the Ministry of Labor and Immigration (Depnakertrans). This process …

Hiring Local or Expatriates in Indonesia? Things to Know

Hiring in Indonesia, whether locals or expatriates, comes with certain regulations that every business is required to comply with. In Indonesia, labour and employment are regulated by the Ministry of Manpower. The regulations protects all employees. An employee is defined as any person working in return for a salary or compensation in another form. Hiring …