Outsourcing Law in Indonesia
I would say that Mrs. Ike Farida is very brave in quarrying the core problems of outsourcing. The writer succeeds to discuss outsourcing issues in detail from various perspectives. Moreover, she is successful shaping a law model which is allowed (in Indonesia) and modified by compared states. This model will be very useful as an input for the government and the House of Representatives (DPR) in making a new ideal law to be applied in the future. I would like to appreciate that she is not only giving an important contribution for the development of Manpower Law, but also for the development of Constitutional Law and comparative law in general.
I welcome every work by Dr. Ike Farida, S.H., LL.M who is a Doctoral graduate from Postgraduate Program in Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia. Her book entitled “Outsourcing Law in Indonesia” was made by intensive research. This book is expected to be a concept and practical guidance regarding various labor issues, especially for discussing about outsourcing system in Indonesia.
Prof. Dr. Jimly Asshiddiqie, S.H.
Professor of Constitutional Law, University of Indonesia
This book is one of the most comprehensive books which discusses about Outsourcing system. Thus, this book is certainly needed not only for the outsourcing practitioners, but also including companies as the employers, outsourced companies, and the employees themselves. It is also needed for the government, especially for the policy maker, policy enforcer, and labor supervisor. This book is also needed for social economy institutions as well as in the academic field intended for lecturers, researchers, and students. This book is recommended for business enterprises who are directly involved in global competition.
Prof. Dr. Satya Arinanto, S.H., M.H.
Professor of Law and Head of Postgraduate Program of Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia
Prof. Dr. Payaman J. Simanjuntak, APU.
This book is recommended for a variety of groups: students, academicians, law practitioners, business enterprises, government, as well as legislators who are policy makers in Indonesian Labor Law. I am personally amazed by the writer’s willpower undergoing every process from the first time she conducted this research, the writing process, until the publishing process. As a result, the book could be used by many parties. This qualified book is needed by every science development, especially law. Besides, this book can be used as references for the government in handling the outsourcing issues in Indonesia.
Professor of Labor Law
Dr. Jufrina Rizal, S.H., M.H.
Lecture in Law Faculty, University of Indonesia