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Name: The Recruitment of Workers Domestically and Overseas, Regulation of the Minister of Manpower No. PER-02/MEN/1994
Country: Indonesia
Subject(s): Migrant workers; Employment policy, promotion of employment and employment services
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 1994-02-17
Entry into force:
Published on: Business News, 1994-03-18, No. 5534, pp. 16A-21A
ISN: IDN-1994-R-38920
Bibliography: Business News, 1994-03-18, No. 5534, pp. 16A-21A
Abstract/Citation: All recruitment of workers, domestically or overseas, is regulated. Public recruitment entities must have an approval (SPP) by the appropriate ministry and private entities must have a license (SIUP-PJTKI). The regulations prescribe the procedure to obtain a SPP and a SIUP-PJTKI. A private entity seeking a SIUP-PJTKI must have a paid up capital of 375,000,000 rupiahs for a general recruitment license and 200,000,000 rupiahs for a domestic recruitment license. The approved and licensed entities are entitled, inter alia, to collect charges both from potential employers and workers, and are required, inter alia, to provide potential workers with certain vocational training at specifically designated Job Training Insitutes.
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