BPJS Goin Up 100 Percent, Labor Unions Ask UMK Batam 2020 Up to 15 Percent
The government's plan to increase BPJS Health contributions by 100 percent has an impact on improving the welfare of workers.
TRIBUNBATAM.id - The government's plan to increase BPJS Health contributions by 100 percent has an impact on improving the welfare of workers.
Quoting from KOMPAS.com, President Joko Widodo officially increased BPJS Health fees by 100 percent on Thursday (10/24/2019).
The increase in fees applies to Non-Wage Participants (PBPU) and non-employee participants.
This rule is contained in Presidential Regulation (Perpres) Number 75 Year 2019 concerning Amendment to Presidential Regulation Number 82 Year 2018 regarding Health Insurance.
In Article 34 of the Perpres, it is explained that the amount of contributions to be paid is Rp 42,000 per month for class III, Rp 110,000 per month for class II, and Rp 160,000 per month for class I.
Yesterday's discussion was the inaugural meeting.
Higher than a circular of the Minister of Manpower (Menaker), namely inflation plus the national Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP), by 8.51 percent.
Calculation of this number, based on a survey of Decent Living Needs (KHL) in Batam, plus other factors.
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