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PROMOTE LABOR EDUCATION THROUGH INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF APPRENTICESHIP

Wijayanti, Asri (2012) PROMOTE LABOR EDUCATION THROUGH INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF APPRENTICESHIP. The 2nd Acikita International Conference on Science and Technology (AICST) Jakarta, 26-28 Agustus 2012 . Acikita, Jakarta . ISBN 978-602-18102-1-7

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        Abstract

        Unskilled labor factor is the basic cause of the low bargaining power and a violation of law by the employer. Many efforts are needed to improve labor education to achieve employment skills, through the international cooperation of students apprenticeship abroad. Apprenticeship arrangements by Decree of Minister of Manpower No.226/2003. In fact, the apprentices has been exploited by employers. This research is a normative law with approaching regulation. The Result of this study is that there is inconsistencies in verticallyhorizontally arranging the apprenticeship abroad. The condition of apprentices have been abused by placing them as a potential employee of a company, such as fast food companies and beauty salons. There is a discrimination in wages between apprentices employees and permanent ones. This is inconsistent with the purpose of the apprenticeship to improve the quality of education students to be skillful and work ready graduates. The Recommendation of this study is the revision of regulatory enforcement and law enforcement apprenticeships. Keywords: Apprenticeship, education, students, apprenticeational cooperation

        Item Type: Book
        Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
        Divisions: Prosiding > Fakultas Hukum
        Depositing User: DR ASRI WIJAYANTI
        Date Deposited: 08 Mar 2019 09:29
        Last Modified: 08 Mar 2019 09:29
        URI: http://repository.um-surabaya.ac.id/id/eprint/3105

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