Date: 12 December 2023
Time: 9:00 AM UTC
Duration: 60 min
Language: English
Format: Online
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Worldwide: Employment Transfer Under Indonesian Manpower Law

Over the years, the business landscape in Indonesia continues to be ever-changing. Given this, Indonesian companies are sometimes required to transform or restructure its business operations which will directly impact its workforce. In practice, one of the necessary actions is to transfer employees from one entity to another, whether it is done within the same group or to another group company altogether. Unfortunately, the terms of employment transfer itself is not expressly governed under Indonesian laws up to now. Unlike other countries which provide strict terms and requirements on employment transfer, we as legal practitioners are often relying on the requirements and limitations which are indirectly imposed by the existing Indonesian manpower laws. 

Given this, in this webinar session, we will explore the practice of employment transfer in Indonesia, the relevant terms under the Indonesian manpower law perspective, as well as the possible scenarios to transfer employees within the bounds of the law and the effects each will have to the employees.

Lia Alizia

Lia Alizia, a Partner at Makarim & Taira S., has for two decades been a trusted advisor and litigator for multinational corporations and global brands. Adept at handling major cases, her expertise spans employment, restructuring, anti-competition, intellectual property, and dispute resolution. 

She excels in corporate governance and estate issues, maintaining the highest ethical standards in representing clients before Indonesian courts and arbitration panels. 

Lia regularly advises on employment, anti-bribery, anti-corruption, and IP enforcement. As a former Managing Partner, she exemplifies discipline, resilience, and dedication. A prominent speaker and author, she is recognized by Legal 500, IFLR1000, Asialaw, and Benchmark Litigation.

Made Susanti

Susan joined M&T in 2017 and since then, she has been contributing to the firm’s litigation, manpower and corporate & commercial teams. She has assisted and represented prominent clients in a number of dispute resolution cases, including civil disputes, employment disputes and arbitration cases. She has also assisted and advised foreign and domestic clients on various corporate matters. Susan graduated from Universitas Katolik Parahyangan in 2012 and worked for almost 5 years at Ignatius Andy Law Offices focusing on dispute resolution before joining M&T.

Susan has been involved in representing and advising clients with dispute resolution and litigation matters. Her experiences also include various employment, insolvency as well as general corporate works.

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