Policy Regarding Employment and Human Rights
PT Semen Baturaja (Persero) Tbk carries out corporate social responsibility related to manpower and human rights with reference to:
- Law No.13 of 2013 concerning Manpower.
- Law No.2 of 2004 concerning the Settlement of Industrial Relations Disputes.
The Company strives to be able to fulfill the rights of employees as regulated in Law No. 13 of 2003 concerning Manpower. This law is also the basis for the company in carrying out industrial relations with workers. The Company strives to be a company that abides by the principles and abides by the rules, including in the fields of manpower, occupational health and safety. The Company strives to comply with all applicable laws and regulations. The company pays high attention and commitment to gender equality and job opportunities, job training to improve employee professionalism, a system of commensurate remuneration and occupational health and safety for all employees.
As a state-owned company, the Company is committed to complying with all legal provisions and the principles of Human Rights (HAM) because employees are one of the main stakeholders of the Company. Human Rights are a set of rights inherent in the nature and existence of humans as creatures of God Almighty and are His gifts that must be respected, upheld and protected by the state, law and Government, and everyone for the honor and protection of human dignity. Respect and protection of human rights is an inseparable part of the Company’s operations in interacting with each other between Semen Baturaja people, stakeholders and other stakeholders. Technically, the implementation of corporate social responsibility related to human rights is closely related to matters relating to employees, such as human resource management, health and work safety. This is stated in the Collective Labor Agreement (PKB) between the Company and its employees. The company targets to be able to apply the human rights principles set out in the CLA. This will create a comfortable and conducive work environment and be able to foster the company’s sustainability.
In realizing equal opportunity and treatment for every employee, the Company has implemented a strict and consistent principle of non-discrimination in the management of Human Resources (HR). The Company has policies for acceptance, performance appraisal, remuneration, career development and carrying out its duties in a professional manner regardless of ethnicity, religion, race, class, gender and physical condition. To maintain diversity and harmony, the Company consistently implements HR management with strict non-discrimination principles.
The Company believes that we have a responsibility to treat each other with dignity, respect for differences, be it race, religion, gender, disabilities, sexual orientation or other differences. Therefore, we value and promote a workplace that is inclusive and fair and that fosters respect for all of our employees, customers and business partners. The non-discrimination policy guarantees that every employee of the Company has equal and equal opportunities in implementing Company policies. This policy is regulated in the Company’s Ethical Standards, Corporate Governance Policy, Management Policy and Collective Labor Agreement and published on the internal portal.
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