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Indonesia Leave Laws

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Holidays

  • 1st January- New Year’s Day
  • 25th January – Imlek
  • 22nd March – Isra Miraj
  • 25th March – Hari Raya Nyepi (Balinese New Year)
  • 10th April – Good Friday
  • 1st May – Labour Day
  • 7th May – Waisak Day (Birth of Buddha)
  • 39 days after Easter Sunday –  Ascension Day
  • 24th May – Hari Raya Puasa (End of Ramadan)
  • 25th May – Eid Al-Fitr
  • 1st June – Pancasila Day
  • 31st July – Idul Adha (Feast of Sacrifice)
  • 17th August – Independence Day
  • 20th August – Muharram – Hijri New Year  
  • 29th October – Birthday of Prophet Muhammad
  • 9th December – For Regional Elections
  • 25th December – Christmas Day

Employers may require employees to work during the public holidays if the nature of their jobs calls for continuous, uninterrupted operation or under other circumstances based on the agreement between the employer and the employee. The employer is obliged to pay employees overtime pay.

Accruals

 PTO (Paid Time Off)

  • Vacation/ Annual Paid Leave

Employees who have been employed for 12 consecutive months are entitled to 12 workdays of leave.

Employees who have been working for 6 consecutive years for the same employer are entitled to one month of leave in the seventh year of service and also one month of leave in the eighth year of service. Employees won’t be entitled to an additional annual leave of 12 workdays. The rule will be applicable every 6 years of service. 

 

Rollovers and payout of unused hours

  • Use-it-or-lose-it policy Not specified by law.
  • PTO payout at the termination

Employers are required to pay employees their regular wages at the termination of employment.

Maternity Leave, Child Raising Leave, Parental Leave

Maternity Leave

Employees are entitled to one and a half months of fully-paid maternity leave prior to an estimated date of delivery and one and a half months after the birth. 

Employers are required to provide proper accommodations to female employees who have to breastfeed their babies during work time. 

Paternity Leave

Male employees are entitled to up to two days of paid leave if their partners/wives gave birth to a baby or suffered a miscarriage. 

Miscarriage Leave

Employees are entitled to up to one and a half months of fully-paid leave or to a period of rest as stated in a medical certificate issued by the physician or a midwife. 

Sick Leave

Employees are entitled to sick leave. Employees are required to provide a medical certificate to their employers. For the first four months of leave, employees are entitled to receive 100 percent of their wages. For the next four months, they are entitled to 75% of their wages. For the third four months 50 % of their wages. For subsequent months, they shall be entitled to receive 25 (twenty-five) percent of their wages prior to the termination of employment by the employer.

Jury Duty Leave, and Voting Leave

Employees are entitled to take paid time off from work to perform their obligations to the State.

Bereavement Leave

Employees are entitled to up to 2 days of paid leave due to the death of their spouse, one of their parents or parent-in-law, or due to the death of their children or children-in-law.

If a member of the employee’s household dies, he/ she shall be entitled to 1 day of paid leave.

Military Leave

Not specified by law.