Swot Analysis Of Indonesia

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Population Demographics

Indonesia is a series of volcanic islands situated between the Indian and Pacific oceans, with a population of 253 million people it is the largest country in Southeast Asia. Their most prominent religion is Islam, with 87% of its population practicing Muslims they are the most populous Muslim-majority country in the world (Dolven). Indonesia has great strength in international trade because the country has access to main sea lines. This accounts for the wide variety of ethnic groups and over 725 languages spoken in Indonesia. There are many languages used specific to different regions of the country, but the official language is Bahasa Indonesia. (“Language”, para 3).

Bahasa Indonesia became the standardized Indonesian
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Called, Jaminan Kesehatan Nasional (JKN) it is meant to improve the condition of residents who are too poor to afford health care but not poor enough for government assistance. (Razavi, Lauren).
Employers who have their own health care insurance that is better than the nation’s social health care should make it available to their workers and their families. Employees are to be provided with health care cards and information packets, and the care must be available to the workers, their spouses, and up to three children (Better Work Indonesia Indonesian Labor Guide).
Workers are entitled to sick leave, time off for sickness or injury, and it should not subtract from the annual leave. Female workers are allowed paid leave the first and second day of their menstrual cycle. Up to three days of paid personal leave is required for specific circumstances and women are entitled to full wages during maternity furlough, along with 1.5 months before the birth and 1.5 months after. Employers must provide areas for nursing mothers to feed their children throughout work hours (Better Work Indonesia Indonesian Labor
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21 of 2000 regarding Labor Unions (International Labor Organization). Workers in Indonesia are free to join or create organizations to represent them; employers are not allowed to intrude on the process. There are two ILO (International Labor Organizations) agreements that are designed to protect workers’ rights to freedom of union and collective bargaining. They are: Freedom of Association and Protection of the Right to Organise Convention No. 87 of 1948 (C87) and Application of the Principles of the Right to Organise and to Bargain Collectively Convention No. 98 of 1949 (C98) (Better Work Indonesia Indonesian Labor

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