Indonesia resources

  1. Labour market dynamics in Indonesia: analysis of 18 key indicators of the labour market (KILM) 1986 – 1999

    01 September 2000

    In accordance with ILO’s manual on Key Indicators of the Labour Market (KILM), the analysis in this report focuses on the trends of 18 indicators of labour market in Indonesia. These indicators are organized into seven major dimensions of labour market, including labour force, employment, unemployment and underemployment, educational attainment, wages and compensation costs, labour productivity and labour costs, poverty and income distribution.

  2. Minimum wage and the welfare of Indonesian workers

    01 August 2000

    The third in a series of Occasional Discussion Papers launched by the ILO Jakarta Office in the Spring of 1999 to assist Indonesia with ideas and analysis which could contribute to its uphill task of recovery from the socially devastating financial crisis.

  3. Providing information to outgoing Indonesian migrant workers

    20 July 2000

    It is apparent that lack of information is an important factor in the various problems faced by Indonesian overseas migrant workers. Indonesia is not alone, other countries that send migrant workers overseas are facing the same problems.

  4. Restructuring of the social security system in Indonesia

    01 July 2000

    This assignment arose from the ILO Employment Strategy Mission to Indonesia as regards the findings in the field of social protection, and in particular, the serious problems of the Jamsostek scheme for employees in the private sector and State Owned Industries.

  5. Consultative forum on a strategy for employment-led recovery and reconstruction in Indonesia: conclusions

    28 February 2000

    This tripartite forum sharply focused on the findings of the ILO Employment Strategy Mission to Indonesia undertaken in the spring of 1999.

  6. ILO Declaration on Principles: A New Instrument to Promote Fundamental Rights

    01 January 2000

    Respect for the principles and rights enshrined in the fundamental Conventions of the ILO has always been a prime concern of trade union organizations. For those States that have ratified these core Conventions, the supervisory mechanism now in place effectively ensures their application, and trade union organizations are increasingly prepared to use them.

  7. Indonesia's recovery: employment optimism or statistical illusion

    01 November 1999

    The second in a series of Occasional Discussion Papers launched by the ILO Jakarta Office in the Spring of 1999 to assist Indonesia with ideas and analysis which could contribute to its uphill task of recovery from the socially devastating financial crisis.

  8. Demystifying the Core Conventions of the ILO through social dialogue: the Indonesian experience

    31 October 1999

    This monograph represents a concrete demonstration of the cross-cutting character of the ILO strategic programme themes. The monograph clearly illustrates how tripartism and social dialogue can be used as powerful and effective strategic tools for the promotion and realization of the fundamental principles and rights at work. It is indeed remarkable that the military and the police were incorporated into the process of this social dialogue.

  9. Indonesia: Strategies for Employment-Led Recovery and Reconstruction - Executive Summary

    31 October 1999

    Summary of the Report of the Employment Strategy Mission 26 April -7 May 1999

  10. Indonesia: Strategies for Employment-Led Recovery and Reconstruction - Main Report

    30 September 1999

    At the request of the Government of Indonesia, an Employment Strategy Mission was fielded by the ILO during 26 April to 7 May 1999. The mission was undetaken against the backdrop of severe adverse social effects of the economic crisis that the country faced since the middle of 1997. The main purpose of the mission was to formulate strategies, policies and programmes for responding to the challenge of job creation posed by the economic crisis in Indonesia.