Decent work in safe and stable conditions is a vital component of helping people out of poverty, with the related aspects of reducing hunger and increasing health. The rise of precarious employment, modern slavery, and uneven growth has created threats to a sustainable future. Universities as employers can lead the way, as teachers can educate for the future, and as innovators can develop new and fairer ways of working.
THE Impact Rankings Methodology 2022, p. 20
Universitas Indonesia has a policy to guarantee workers’ equal rights when outsourcing to third parties. Universitas Indonesia employs several workers working around the UI campus from outsourcing companies. The outsourced employees at UI include Outsourced Cleaning Services and Outsourced Security Workers at UI Campuses. In every outsourcing recruitment held by UI every year, UI always tries to guarantee that every worker gets the same benefits as other UI employees. UI requires every outsourcing company to provide benefits to its workers, such as the same salary every month and health insurance.
Universitas Indonesia has a pay scale equality policy including a commitment to measure and eliminate gender pay gaps. UI employs permanent civil servants and non-civil servant employees. In this regard, UI must adjust its policies to the policies issued by the government, especially in its remuneration system. Universitas Indonesia implements the 3P remuneration system consisting of Pay for Person, Pay for Position, and Pay for Performance.
At UI, gender is not a factor in workers’ remuneration disparities. Regional Minimum Wage Standards imposed by the government and comparisons from other fields excluding the Higher Education industry are also taken into account in the Take Home Pay remuneration of University Workers. In addition to BPJS Kesehatan (Healthcare and Social Security Agency) made by the government, UI also implements other additional worker welfare programs, such as additional health insurance and welfare assistance.
Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia Number 44 of 2020 concerning Provision of Salaries, Pensions, Allowances, or Thirteenth Incomes in 2020 to Civil Servants, Indonesian National Armed Forces Soldiers, Members of the Indonesian National Police, Non-Civil Servants, and Recipients of Pensions or Allowances
Number of employees
Number of academic staff
Number of students
Number of students with work placements for more than a month
Number of employees on contracts of over 24 months
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