The Meaning of not being Contrary to Morality Essence in Employment Agreement
Budiono, Abdul Rachmat
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Indonesia's labour law has limitations because it contains the uncertainty regarding the employment agreement. Employment agreement which is made by labours and employers should not be contrary to morality. Violation of thus regulation impacts to the employment agreement omission for the law. Ironically, the essence of morality meaning has not been found until these days, so that the labour laws which are now enforced are not able to accommodate as well as organize the phenomena of the working relationship that tend to be contrary with morality. There is no standard when an agreement is said contrary to morality. As the result of the law uncertainty in the employment agreement, in turn, it creates inequities for the labours because the protection aspect that is expected cannot be actualized. Because of the limitations that surrounded the labours, they become the object of employment relationship, being forced to run a job that is contrary to morality. Labour lost their dignity and prestige, and of course this fact so contrary to the values of Pancasila Industrial Relations which puts the laborer as human beings, not as the production device. This study is expected to find a construction nature of the meaning of morality.
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