Employment, Health & Safety
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Policy & Commitment
The Company and its Subsidiaries always ensure that HR rights are fulfilled by implementing best practices in human resources, occupational health, and safety (K3). This commitment is manifested in implementing policies related to occupational health and safety risks, including disease management, work accident compensation, and assistance to employees who have experienced disasters. The Company also provides the best Health Clinics and ambulances to handle first aid for employees who have an accident at work.
During the pandemic, the Company and its business units have implemented a work-from-home system for some of its employees. This was done as a preventive step to protect employees and their families from the spread of the Covid-19 virus. In addition, the Company and business units also implement strict health protocols, maintain distances, and wear masks in the work environment.
The Company’s policy regarding HR management refers to Law No. 13 of 2003 on Employment and Company Regulations to ensure that HR management runs well and can provide maximum results.
Gender Equality and Job Opportunities
The Company provides equal employment opportunities for all people, both men and women, regardless of ethnic, religious, racial, class, gender, or physical condition in joining a worker recruitment program.
The Company also provides service and benefits to employees equally in accordance with career paths, duties and responsibilities, and competencies.
Work facilities and safety
Each of the Company’s offices and business units has been installed with a light fire extinguisher (APAR) and a first aid kit for accidents (P3K), placed in each specific room and stored in an accessible location. The buildings owned by the Company and business units also comply with work safety regulations. The Company also has MNC Healthcare Centers at MNC Center, Kebon Sirih, and MNC Studios, Kebun Jeruk.
Health is crucial and can affect employee performance, therefore the Company has also registered the employee to the Health Care and Social Security Agency (BPJS Kesehatan) and to the Workers Social Security Agency (BPJS Ketenagakerjaan) for each employee. The Company states that HSE implementation must be a reference to maintain and prioritize personal safety and health, co-workers, and the environment. The performance of HSE aims to achieve work quality with a zero accident rate.
To meet the required skills and to develop employee competency, the Company conducts training for employees. The training category implemented includes basic company induction, basic skills training, certification training, functional training, leadership training, and briefing. In addition, the Company also routinely organizes staff forums, supervisor forums, manager forums, and BOD forums that invite professional speakers from both government and private parties. Leaders from each group and business unit can learn from each other through the various forums which are held regularly. As the result, there will always be positive changes.
Regarding remuneration, the Company implements a Balanced Score Card (BSC) system in the management of the Company’s HR performance assessment that is carried out regularly and is useful to motivate employees to achieve better performance. The company also provides opportunities to perform Umrah for Muslim employees and trips to Holyland for outstanding employees.
Complaints Mechanism for Employment Issue
Every employee has the right to submit criticisms, complaints, dissatisfaction, or objections that interfere with their duties or any matters related to employment.
Complaints about alleged violations of employment issues, codes of conduct, and other violations of the law can be reported by e-mail at [email protected]