OUTSOURCING WORK AGREEMENT IN PANCASILA INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PERSPECTIVE

Rizal Anugrah Bachriar

Abstract


In the midst of public concern about the rebirth of the dangers of capitalism, the government actually legalizes outsourcing practices that are economically and morally detrimental to workers / laborers. Outsourcing is an agreement made between the employer and the worker / laborer, whereby the company can submit a part of the work implementation to other companies through a contract of employment / service provider agreement made in writing. Outsourcing companies usually make contractual agreements with workers if there are companies that need workers. The contract is usually only valid as long as the work is still available, and if the contract for the work has ended, then the employment relationship between the worker and the outsourcing company also ends. Law Number 13 of 2003 concerning Labor refers to industrial relations, is an industrial relations system formed between actors in the process of producing goods and / or services consisting of elements of employers, workers / laborers, and the government based on Pancasila values and the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia.
 
Key Words: Outsourcing, Pancasila, Labor Law




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30659/jdh.2.3.%25p

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