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Employment Compliance

Company policy in the company is an important factor, the company and employees are two parties who need each other. Therefore, both parties must be able to provide mutual benefits so as to create a reciprocal relationship.

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What is the Company Policy?

According to Law Article 1 number 2 concerning employment, company policies are regulations written by employers containing work conditions and corporate rules and regulations. Company policies and procedures are established to establish the rules of conduct within an organization, outlining the responsibilities of employees and employers. Management of company policies and procedures aims to protect employee rights and the employer's business interests. Depending on the needs of the organization, various policies and procedures establish rules regarding employee behavior, attendance, dress code, privacy, and other areas related to terms and conditions of employment.

As an employee, having rights and obligations towards the workplace is something that needs to be well understood. These rights and obligations relate to the authority, duties, and responsibilities that must be fulfilled while working at a company. Not only employees, basically companies also have rights and obligations that need to be fulfilled as well.

What are the types of company policies?
  1. Employee Conduct Policy
    One type of company policy is an employee behavior policy. An employee conduct policy sets out the duties and responsibilities that each employee must comply with as a condition of employment. Conduct policies are established as guidelines for appropriate employee behavior, and they outline things such as proper dress codes, workplace safety procedures, harassment policies, and policies regarding computer and Internet use. The policy also outlines procedures that employers can use to discipline inappropriate behavior, including warnings or termination.
     

  2. Equal Opportunities Policy
    Equal opportunity laws are regulations that encourage fair treatment in the workplace. Most organizations implement anti-discrimination equal opportunity policies and affirmative action policies, for example, to encourage non-prejudicial behavior in the workplace.
     

  3. Attendance and Break Time Policy
    An attendance policy sets out the rules and guidelines surrounding employee compliance with work schedules. Attendance policies determine how employees can schedule time off or notify superiors if they are late or late.
     

  4. Substance Abuse Policy
    Many companies have substance abuse policies that prohibit the use of illegal drugs, alcohol, and tobacco products during work hours, on company property, or during company events.
     

  5. Workplace Security Policy
    Security policies are implemented not only to protect the people in an organization but also physical and intellectual property. Policies may cover entry to a facility, such as the use of ID cards and guest entry procedures. Equipment such as company laptops or smartphones may need to be removed.

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What are Employee Rights?
  1. Get a salary that suits your job
    The salary received by employees must be commensurate with the work carried out. In this case, the company must take into account the employee's performance and work experience to determine the appropriate salary amount. It is also stated in Ministerial Regulation Number 1 of 1999 Article 1 Paragraph 1, Law Number 13 of 2003, PP of 1981, Ministerial Regulation Number 01 of 1999, and also Minister of Manpower Regulation Number 1 of 2017.
     

  2. Get Protection for Occupational Safety and Health
    Companies need to provide protection to employees regarding occupational safety and health. This includes providing safe work equipment and tools, providing work safety training, and ensuring workplace conditions are comfortable and healthy. Employees are also entitled to social security which covers work accidents, death, old age, and health care. Currently, the implementation of employee rights in the field of social security and K3 is in the form of BPJS. You as a company owner or employer are obliged to register every employee as a BPJS member in order to fulfill this right.
     

  3. Obtain Leave & Social Security in accordance with Company Regulations and Applicable Laws.
    Employees are entitled to leave and social security in accordance with company regulations and applicable laws and regulations. This includes annual leave, sick leave, health insurance, pension guarantee, and others. In Employment Law Number 13 of 2003 Article 79, this right is stated clearly. Companies are required to provide rest and leave time to each employee. For example, regarding rest time, it is clearly stated that employees have the right to get a break between working hours of at least half an hour after working for four hours. By knowing the rights of each party, you can of course determine strategic steps and make decisions involving the company and its employees. For example, in regulating the granting of leave and holiday rights, you can negotiate and discuss employee rights regarding leave and holidays.
     

  4. Obtain the Training and Skills Development Required for the Job.
    Companies must provide training and development of skills needed by employees, with the aim of completing their duties well. This includes technical training, management training, personal development training, and others.
     

  5. Get Fair and Non-Discriminatory Treatment
    Employees must be treated fairly and non-discriminatory in the workplace. This includes equal treatment of all employees without exception, without distinction between gender, age, religion, ethnicity, and other elements.

What are the employee's obligations?
  1. Employees must perform job duties and responsibilities accurately and responsibly. This includes completing tasks within specified deadlines as well as maintaining good quality work. 

  2. Comply with applicable company regulations and policies. Employees must comply with applicable company policies and regulations. This includes adhering to established work schedules, accurately reporting absences and attendance, and not taking actions that violate company regulations. 

  3. Prepare necessary administrative and commercial reports accurately and promptly. Employees must prepare necessary business and administrative reports accurately and promptly

 

By knowing the full rights and obligations of employees towards their workplace, employees can work well and create a harmonious and productive work environment. Therefore, it is important for companies to provide appropriate rights and clear obligations to employees.

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What rights does the company have under labor law?

In short, the business world has rights governed by labor laws, including Labor Law No. 13, 2003. These rights are as follows. 

  1. Companies have rights over their workers' performance. 

  2. Enterprises have the right to order/manage employees or workers to achieve their goals. 

  3. The company has the right to terminate the labor relationship with the employee in case of violation of previously agreed regulations.

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