Batam 2020 UMK Predicted Rp 4.1 Million, Apindo Hopes Entrepreneurs Can Survive Without Layoffs
The basis for determining the Batam 2020 UMK is based on the Government Regulation (PP) No. 78 of 2015. See the details.
TRIBUNBATAM.id, BATAM - Towards the end of the year, discussions on the Batam City Minimum Wage (Upah Minimum Kota) will heat up again.
For the 2020 UMK, it is estimated that the number will reach Rp 4.1 million.
The basis for determining the Batam 2020 UMK is based on the Government Regulation (PP) No. 78 of 2015.
So, what do the businessmen say?
Cahya said, the increase in workers' wages would make employers even more severe.
The discussion on UMK Batam 2020 hasn't yet being discussed.
However, when using existing references, it is estimated that wages have increased by around 8 percent.
Cahya revealed, seeing the current conditions, he hoped the government would immediately issue a new policy regarding the discourse of the increase in the minimum wage.
"If there is no policy, it will certainly affect to the several cities, including Batam. Because it will be excluded in an effort to attract the investors, because the wages are already too high," he said.
So far, Cahya claimed his side could only fight and voice this unrest through the central Apindo.
Because, it is not the authority of Apindo in the regions to be able to change it.
Cahya said, each provincial head of the province will announce the adoption of the 2020 UMP simultaneously on November 1, 2019.
Whereas the UMP and UMK that have been set will come into force on January 1, 2020. The amount will be around Rp 4.13 million. (tribunbatam.id/dipa nusantara)
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