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The Omnibus Law on Job Creation was approved by the Parliament a few weeks ago to revise around 79 laws simultaneously. One of the important clusters covered pertains to Employment rules. On Tuesday, 21 October 2020, the EuroCham Human Resources Working Group specifically held a webinar on Omnibus Law - Employment Cluster in collaboration with the HHP Law Firm. The session was moderated by Paramita Wijaya, the Head of EuroCham Human Resources Working Group. Alvira Wahjosoedibjo and Rinaldo Aditya shared main highlights and changes pertaining to rules on Employment. The changes include provisions on foreign workers, definite period employment, outsourcing, overtime, minimum wage, termination of employment as well as manpower social security.
The Energy Working Group Meeting’s sharing session this month was held on 22 October 2020 and was carried out in collaboration with HHP Law Firm, with the topic entitled, “Power Sector Updates: From Renewable Regulations to Omnibus Law" that was presented by Norman Bissett (Foreign Legal Consultant, HHP Law Firm), Anita Karina Sungkono (Senior Associate, HHP Law Firm), Ibnu Hasan (Senior Associate, HHP Law Firm), and Nadia Soraya (Partner, HHP Law Firm). The discussion was moderated by Thomas Wagner (EuroCham Head of Energy Working Group / Chief Representative South-East Asia-Envitec BIOGAS AG). The discussion sought to get updates on a number of regulations in process pertinent with the energy power sector, including on the Renewable Bill, Draft of Renewable Presidential Regulations, and even the most recent Omnibus Law that also included some areas on power sector provisions.