Descriptions

In this reform era, almost all companies have formed an organization as a forum to gather all employees in fighting for their rights following applicable regulations. For this reason, there is a need for company regulatory guidelines regarding rights and obligations between employers and workers. This company regulation is referred to in Law No.13 / 2003 on Employment as PKB (Collective Labor Agreement). In principle, the objectives of this CLA are: (1) Determine working conditions and conditions of work; (2) Regulating relations between employers and workers; (3) Regulate relations between employers or employers ‘organizations and workers’ / union’s organizations. Company Regulations (PP) and Collective Labor Agreements (PKB) is made with the motivation that benefits all parties, both companies and employees. The company requires employee commitment to providing the best, so the company also gives what is rightfully the employee. So that the actual dispute should have been avoided. A deep understanding of the process of making PP & PKB starting from how to design PP & PKB by legal provisions to the expertise in negotiating with Employees represented by Trade Unions, is very important to understand especially for companies that have more than 1 (one) union the worker. So that the process of making PKB does not take a long time and drags on until there is a deadlock resulting in the absence of legal certainty. This training will discuss the complete engineering & negotiation of making PP & PKB in the company and is very useful for personnel in the HRD field.

 

Objectives

After this training, participants are expected to:

    1. Understand the regulations regarding Company Regulations (PP) & Collective Labor Agreements (PKB);
    2. Understand how to carry out negotiations in making effective and efficient PKB;
    3. Making PP & PKB in accordance with applicable regulations;
    4. Resolve problems in PKB both in disputes of rights and interests;
    5. Get the latest information about the problems that are often faced by companies in making PKB.

 

Outline

    1. Legal Provisions for Making PKB
    2. Negotiation / Negotiation Techniques in making PKB
    3. The substance that Must be Listed in the PKB
    4. Simulation / Role Play Compilation and Making
    5. Dynamics and Problems in the Process of Collecting Collective Labor Agreements
    6. Trade Union Positioning and Relation with Management
    7. Participation and Obligations of the Company and Employees (Trade Unions) in the Procedure for Making CLA
    8. Procedure for PKB Submission & Extension made by the company to the Manpower Office
    9. Case study

 

Participants

This training is intended for:

    1. Supervisors, Managers or levels above from the legality division, or other divisions that need this training;
    2. Foundation owners, Chairpersons of the Foundation, Practitioners or Professionals who want to increase their knowledge of the techniques and negotiations for the production of PP and PKB in companies

 

Methods

Presentations, Discussions, Brain Storming, Case Study.

Time

Place

    • Ibis Style Hotel Yogyakarta
    • Gino Feruci Hotel Bandung
    • Sofyan Betawi Menteng Hotel Jakarta
    • Ibis Style Kuta Circle Hotel Bali
    • In House Training*

 

The Facility and investment

    • The facility: Hard Copy Material, USB Flash disk, Training Kits, Coffee Break & Lunch, Certificate, Photo Group, Souvenir
    • Investment of Rp. 6000.000,- (Six million rupiah) per participants nonresidential
    • The price is not including taxes

 

E-Learning

    • Using the Zoom Application
    • The facility: Hard & Soft Copy File, USB Flashdisk, Training Kits, Certificate, Souvenir
    • Investment of 4.000.000,- (four million rupiah) per participants nonresidential
    • The price is not including taxes

 

Instructor

Titik Nurbiyati,  M.Si dan Team

 

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