23 - 26 July 2018
To enable all labour inspectorates to apply the strategic compliance model, LABADMIN/OSH Branch of the ILO’s Governance and Tripartism Department, developed the ILO approach to strategic compliance planning for labour inspectorates – a six-step exercise to formulate, sequence and operationalize broader thinking and action, that will help labour inspectorates attain the goal of sustained compliance.
Tripartite Dialogue for Promoting Effective Implementation of Collective Bargaining in Oil Palm Sector in Medan
20 July 2018
The overall objective of the tripartite dialogue is to promote good-faith bargaining among social partners and key stakeholders, and to stimulate effective social dialogue on the freedom of association and collective bargaining in Medan’s oil palm sector.
Industrial Relations Tripartite Forum and Workshop: Shaping the Future of Industrial Relations amidst Changing Forms of Employment & Industry Transformations in Indonesia
19 July 2018
Among the different business mandates, industrial relations emerge as one of the key components within enterprise transformation. With the premise that good relationship will enable productivity increase and accelerate the transition process within any strategic changes required by industries; sound industrial relations open new opportunities for enterprises to respond to challenges, deliver value while maximizing technology and financial resources which, sometimes, could be the key constraints.
13 July 2018
The International Labour Organization (ILO) has initiated Women in STEM Project (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), which is funded by JP Morgan Global Philanthropy. The program is implemented in ASEAN-3, namely Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand in automotive, IT-BPO and electronic sector respectively.
Joint Trade Union Platform of Indonesian Workers Organizations for Actions on Decent Work Priorities
28 - 29 June 2018
This two day workshop is aimed at reviewing key issues facing workers organizations in industrial relations, priorities for decent work and set up a joint platform(s) for increased organizational & technical capacity for promoting organizing and effective social dialogue, and/or collective bargaining for addressing the identified priorities.
25 - 26 June 2018
In Business is a new and innovative learning programme designed by the enterprise department in the ILO Regional Office for Asia Pacific in Bangkok to support development, growth, and enhancement of enterprises through peer-learning networks.
Preparation meeting on Provincial Social Dialogue and OSH Campaign in Palm Oil Sector in North Sumatra
6 June 2018
The meeting is part of the efforts to promote decent work in Indonesia's palm plantations as well as to introduce the ILO module on social dialogue and OSH improvement.
24 - 25 May 2018
The Consultative Dialogue aims to share information, identify priority interventions, validate plans, and explore future cooperation among key stakeholders and social partners in Indonesia.
22 - 23 May 2018
The purpose of the workshop is to understand the progress of the pilot project undertaken by the partners from financial servide providers (FSPs).
8 - 9 May 2018
The purpose of the training is to introduce strategies and business practices to effectively manage financial institutions that provide services to small businesses, low-income households, and development financing.
Celebration of World Day for Safety and Health at Work 2018: “Generation Safe & Healthy in Indonesia”
27 - 28 April 2018
In 2018, the World Day for Safety and Health at Work (SafeDay) and the World Day Against Child Labour (WDACL) are coming together in a joint campaign to improve the safety and health of young workers and end child labour.
26 March 2018
The Consultation is aimed to support the Ministry of Manpower in leading a tripartite plus consultation process with a view to update the national OSH Profile, inclusing with content relevant of young workers and employers.
20 March - 4 May 2018
The main goal of the training was to strengthen the capacity for the implementation of an OSH management approach in the rural roads construction.
Mainstreaming Gender Equality in the Collective Bargaining and the Commemoration of the International Women's Day 2018
8 March 2018
There is a need to continue promoting effective collective bargaining in Indonesia. Collective bargaining should ensure that fair bargains are struck between the workers and employers to introduce more adaptable agreement that guarantee workers’ rights in line with the changing of business process due to global supply chain and globalization.
Improvement of Working Condition and Occupational Safety and Health for Workers in Oil Palm Plantation in Indonesia
7 - 8 February 2018
With the support of the Government of Indonesia and the social partners, the ILO undertook a diagnostic process on working conditions in the palm oil sector in 2015. Based on the results of the diagnostic process, discussed in a tripartite setting in August 2015, the constituents agreed on a national plan of action on the promotion of decent work on oil palm plantations.
Interactive Discussion on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH): "Hazards at the Workplace, the Importance of OSH"
31 January 2018
Every day, people die as a result of occupational accidents or work-related diseases – more than 2.78 million deaths per year. Additionally, there are some 374 million non-fatal work-related injuries and illnesses each year, many of these resulting in extended absences from work.
Knowledge Sharing Workshop on Good and Promising Practices and Lessons Learned to Promote Decent Work for Domestic Workers and to Eliminate Child Labour in Domestic Work
23 - 25 January 2018
Asia harbors 41 percent of the world domestic workers, equivalent to 21.5 million people aged 15 or above. The numbers are growing in many countries in the region. Many of these domestic workers are under 18 years old and the majority are girls.
14 December 2017
The ILO is launching its latest report titled "Indonesia Jobs Outlook 2017" highlighting the theme of harnessing technology for growth and job creation and exploring the symbiotic relationship between technology and employment.
13 December 2017
Safe and healthy work is a fundamental human right and safe and healthy workplaces are a foundation of sustainable development. Yet, based on the most recent ILO estimates, 2.78 million workers continue to die each year from work-related injuries and illnesses.
7 December 2017
The ILO responds to HIV epidemic by providing technical assistance and support through a range of workplace program. The most recent ILO-UNAIDS joint initiative VCT@Work has been implemented in Indonesia since December 2013.