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Indonesia update: further developments on Indonesian Manpower Ministry Regulation on requirements for employing expatriates

Indonesia - November 4 2015 We refer to our previous bulletin on 24 August 2015 regarding Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower Regulation 16 of 2015 on the procedures to employ…

Co-authors: Vik Tang, Ardyan Winanshah Pulungan, Narendra Adiyasa, Cellia Cognard.


New Indonesian manpower ministry regulation on requirements for employing expatriates

Indonesia - August 24 2015 On 29 June 2015, Indonesia’s Ministry of Manpower (“MOM”) issued an important new ministerial regulation (No. 16 of 2015) on the procedures to employ…

Co-authors: Vik Tang, Ardyan Winanshah Pulungan, Narendra Adiyasa, Cellia Cognard.


Global employment pensions and incentives bulletin

Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand, United Kingdom, USA - July 11 2015 Against rising headwinds from an economic, socio-political, regulatory and case law viewpoint, it is challenging to present a prognosis of what lies…

Co-authors: Fatim Jumabhoy, Alison Brown, Peter Godwin, Karen Ip, Gillian McKenzie.


Indonesia update: Indonesian Central Bank issues new guidance circular on the Obligation to Use Rupiah for transactions in Indonesia

Indonesia - June 19 2015 On 1 June 2015, Bank Indonesia issued a circular Letter No. 17/11/DKSP on the Obligation to Use Rupiah in the Territory of Indonesia (“Circular…

Co-authors: Vik Tang, Cornellius Adrian Pranata, Tjahjadi Bunjamin, Nadia Harto, Cellia Cognard.


Global employment, pensions and incentives newsletter

Global - January 30 2015 In May 2014 the European Court of Justice ruled that pay for statutory holiday entitlement under the EU Working Time Directive must reflect 'normal…

Co-authors: Fatim Jumabhoy, Alison Brown, Peter Godwin, Karen Ip, Helen Beech.

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