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Position of employees in the state-owned enterprises in achieving a welfare state
Doctoral Program in Law, Faculty of Law, Universitas Sumatera Utara,
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Indonesia is a welfare state where the people are guaranteed to get a decent standard of living. The establishment of State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) is part of the responsibility of the State in the prosperity of its people. The SOEs management cannot be separated from the aspect of labor. Law No. 13 of 2013 on Manpower (UUK) opens an opportunity for entrepreneurs, including state-owned enterprises, to practice the outsourcing recruitment. This research is conducted based on normative and supported by bibliographic data. The theories of Justice and Welfare State were used to analyze the problems. Outsourcing not providing certainty of employment as well as violating the workers’ normative rights. In conclusion, the practice of the outsourcing recruitment at SOEs that violates the workers’ normative rights will have a profound effect. The absence of certainty guarantee during work will only turn workers as an object of commodity. This activity will hinder people from achieving the justice and prosperous state which has become the goal of the state. The fulfillment of SOEs workers’ rights in achieving the welfare state will only be attained if the company can treat workers as partners.
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