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Employment, Health, and Safety Aspect

Policy

Considering that HR is the most important asset for the Company, employees’ health, safety, and welfare get serious attention by the Company. The Company has Company Regulation and Collective Labor Agreement, which have been  endorsed  by  the  Ministry of Manpower of the Republic of Indonesia. Furthermore, the Company also has HR policies that facilitate comfortable and safe working environment for Company’s employees.

The Company  upholds  the  principle  of  fairness  in  giving  equal opportunity to employee in developing his or her career professionally and receiving fair remuneration regardless of ethnicity, religion, gender, and race. The Company provides equal opportunity for each employee to participate in relevant education and training in order to develop its competency. The Company puts effort in fulfilling manpower need to support business activities of the Company and its subsidiaries. In 2018, employee turnover was 14.6%.

In 2018, the Company and its subsidiaries had held training for employees. Detailed information regarding training for employees and prospective employees can be seen at HR sub-section of Company Profile section. In relation with Occupational Safety and Health, the Company has SOPs that are applicable to employees, contractors, suppliers, and other business partners while they are in the premises of the Company and its subsidiaries. The Company and its subsidiaries also require employees, guests, and contractors to use personal protection tool, and installed safety signs at work location of the Company and its subsidiaries.

In 2018, there was no accident that happened at captive power plants and IPP power plants that resulted in operation or project time loss.
To facilitate suggestion and/or complaint regarding employment, the Company currently has labor union. Employees has the right to join labor union and report the employment issue. Management and labor union regularly discuss employment issues in bipartite forum

 

Programs  

The following is the resume of plans and realization of corporate social responsibility programs on employment, health, and safety aspect in 2018: