Human Rights Aspects

Policy

The Company is committed to prioritize the principles of human rights, especially for the employees, by implementing good labor practices and protecting employees and other stakeholders from ethnic, gender, race, age, and religion discrimination.

As an important asset, HR are managed properly in accordance with the regulations and policies related to employment. The Company applies working hours that are in accordance with industry guidelines and national standards and strives to always provide fair and conducive treatments and working conditions for all  employees, including in terms of employment opportunities, wages, rights to education and training, promotion opportunities, freedom of association and deliberation, freedom to carry out the obligation to worship, avoidance of forced labor practices, as well as prohibition of the employment of  underage workers.

To uphold the achievement and protection of labors’rights for employees, the Company facilitates employees to associate, gather, and express opinions in accordance with the prevailing laws and regulations in Indonesia. As of December 31, 2020, all employees at the Serang captive power plant owned by the Company were registered at the Manpower and Transmigration Office of Serang Regency since August 21, 2002 with registration number 96/06.98/ SP.MANDIRI/VIII/2002 as members of the Independent Labor Union (SPM) FK3 DSS Serang. Moreover, almost all employees at the Karawang captive power plant have been registered at the Manpower and Transmigration Office of Karawang Regency with the registration proof number PENC.139 PUK FSP KEP SPSI PT Dian Swastatika Sentosa Tbk dated December 1, 2003 as members of the Indonesian Labor Union DSS Karawang. In the Serang and Karawang captive power plants, the Company has also established a Bipartite Cooperation Institution as a forum for communication and consultation between the Company and the Labor Union which is carried out periodically and/or at any time if needed. Through this forum, the Company and the Labor Union strive to create a harmonious, dynamic, and equitable industrial relations. The Company together with the Labor Union have also compiled a Collective Labor Agreement (PKB) as the basis for policies that regulate the rights and obligations of the Company and employees. [102-41]

The Company is also committed to conducting business in a way that respects the rights and dignity of people affected by the Company’s business activities, and seeks to overcome the adverse impacts of operational activities.

Throughout 2020, the Company did not receive complaints regarding violations of human rights.

Programs
The followings are several plans and realization of CSR programs related to human rights aspect that had been implemented in 2020, compared to the realization of the 2019 and 2018 CSR programs:

Plans in 2020
Program Realization in 2020
HR Recruitment and Career Development
  • In 2020, the Company and subsidiaries conducted fair and equal recruitments and career development of HR.
  • In 2020, the Company and subsidiaries conducted trainings for 19 persons in EDP program and 6 persons in ODP program.
Labor Unions
  • In 2020, the Company and subsidiaries facilitated the activities of labor unions in the power generation business.
Religious Holidays Celebration and Political Rights
  • In 2020, the Company and subsidiaries provided opportunities for every employee to celebrate their religious holiday and exercise their political rights in regional election (Pilkada).