HR, Training & Recruitment

 

 

Jakarta has the highest minimum wage in Indonesia due to the country's recent high inflation rate which curbs people's purchasing power. Per-capita incomes are rising troughout Indonesia. It has been a service-led surge, which has put a great deal of emphasis on education and professional-level skills development.

Internship Sectors

Architecture & Real Estate

Business

Engineering

Event

Finance

Food

Green Technology

Healthcare

Hospitality

HR, Training & Recruitment

IT

Legal

Logistics

Marketing, PR, Communication and Advertising

Media & Creative industries

NGO & Charity

Tourism & Travel

 

Sector Overview

 

Indonesia is suffering from a talent shortage as much as any of the established economies, perhaps more so.

 

Employee unions are a much bigger force in workplaces across the country these days. The strongest umbrella

   group, the Federation of All-Indonesia Workers Union, represents some 250 unions and more than half a million

   workers across the country.

 

-  Indonesia has a labour force of 114 million people of which

> 42.1% is working in agriculture,

> 18.6% in Industry and

> 49.3% in the service sector.

 

-  Indonesia has an unemployment rate of 8.1%.

 

According to law,  expats should only be used where no suitable local can be found for the role. HR 

   management or Accountant position are closed to foreigners according to Indonesian labour law.

 

 

 

 

Sample Projects

Currently our students have been involved in;

 

 - Intercultural Training and Motivation sessions

-  Research the course of absenteeism in a recruitment consulting company

-  Assist in Headhunting and sourcing suitable candidates

-  Interview, evaluate and recruitment actvities.