SDGs

Sustainable Development Goals

SDG 8: DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

“Decent work in safe and stable conditions is a vital component of helping people out of poverty, with the related aspects of reducing hunger and increasing health. The rise of precarious employment, modern slavery, and uneven growth has created threats to a sustainable future. Universities as employers can lead the way, as teachers can educate for the future, and as innovators can develop new and fairer ways of working.”
(THE Impact Rankings)

Employment practices

In general, the policy concerning the wage for the lecturers and staff refer to the Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia No. 15 Year 2019 about Civil Servant Salary Regulation. Civil servants are paid according to rank, seniority, and position. The pay scales according to rank include several elements: a base wage, a family allowance, a children’s allowance, a food allowance, and some other incidental allowances.

ITS also has its own Salary Regulation for its employee. It’s mentioned in Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS.

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

Government Regulation No. 15 Year 2019 about Civil Servant Salary Regulations

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 5 Year 2017 about Additional Monthly Income for Employees at ITS

 

Concerning employment practice union, ITS Surabaya recognises unions and labour rights (freedom of association and collective bargaining) for all, including women and international staff. The regulation refers to the Law of the Republic of Indonesia No. 14 Year 2005 about Teachers and Lecturers, specifically Chapter V (Lecturer), Section Two (Rights and Responsibilities), Article 51, No. 1 point g. Have the freedom to associate in professional organizations / scientific professional organizations. Furthermore, the rights are also written at the Government Regulation No. 37 Year 2009 about Lecturers, specifically Section Ten (Academic freedom, Freedom of academic expression, and Scientific autonomy), Article 28, and Section Twelve (Freedom of Association in Professional Organizations), Article 30.

Government Regulation No. 37 Year 2009 about Lecturer

Government Regulation No. 37 Year 2009 about Lecturer

Law of the Republic of Indonesia No. 14 Year 2005 1bout Teacher and Lecturer

Law of the Republic of Indonesia No 14 Year 2005 about Teacher and Lecturer

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

ITS Surabaya recognises unions and labour rights (freedom of association and collective bargaining) for all, including women and international staff. Based on the Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS, Chapter VII, Article 23 (Compensation), ITS provides work compensation to employees in a fair, transparent and accountable manner. The work compensation is given to employees in the form of salaries and personal allowances, job allowances, performance incentives, and other benefits. Further provisions regarding the procedures for providing work compensation are regulated in a Rector Regulation. This is applied to all staff regardless of their gender.

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

Announcement of ITS Lecturer Candidates 2019

Announcement of ITS Lecturer Candidates 2019

Announcement of the Selection of Candidates for Civil Servants for the Higher Education Formation 2019

Announcement of the Selection of Candidates for Civil Servants for the Higher Education Formation 2019

In principle, ITS Surabaya has a policy commitment against forced labor, modern slavery, human trafficking and child labor. The policy is written at the Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS. All rights and responsibilities, including paid leave are written clearly and fairly. To response the child labor issue, ITS has set up certain requirement concerning age for the employee recruitment, but there is no gender preferences, so women and men have equal opportunities.

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

Announcement of ITS Lecturer Candidates 2019

Announcement of ITS Lecturer Candidates 2019

Announcement of the Selection of Candidates for Civil Servants for the Higher Education Formation 2019

Announcement of the Selection of Candidates for Civil Servants for the Higher Education Formation 2019

In principle, ITS Surabaya ensures employment practice equivalent rights outsourcing. The policy can be seen from the Regulation of ITS Rector No. 21 Year 2017 about the Payment of Daily Freelance Employee Honorarium with Core Work at ITS; Circular Letter of Vice Rector 2 about Allowances for Freelance Employee; and the Decree of ITS Rector No. 00025/IT2/HK.00.01/2015 regarding the Authority for the Appointment of Freelance Employee within ITS.

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 21 Year 2017 about the Honorarium Payment for Temporary Employees at ITS

Circular Letter of ITS Vice Rector II about Financial Aid for Temporary Employees at ITS

Decree of ITS Rector No. 00025-IT2-HK.00.01-2015 about the Authority for the Appointment of Temporary Employees (THL) at ITS

As a public university, ITS has to refer the policy concerning pay scale to the Government Regulation No. 15 Year 2019 about Regulation of Civil Servant Salaries. For non-civil servants, ITS creates regulation referring to the above mention regulation to ensure the pay scale equity including a commitment to measurement and elimination of gender pay gaps. All salary packages are written clearly and fairly and can be seen from the Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS; Regulation of ITS Rector No. 5 Year 2015 about Additional Monthly Income and Additional Study Task Allowances for Employees at ITS; and Regulation of ITS Rector No. 3 Year 2018 about Class and Values of Position at ITS. The class and values of position at ITS determine the additional monthly income.

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 3 Year 2018 about Class and Values of Position ​​at ITS

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 5 Year 2017 about Additional Monthly Income for Employees at ITS

Government Regulation No. 15 Year 2019 about Civil Servant Salary Regulations

As a public university, ITS has to refer the policy concerning pay scale to the Government Regulation No. 15 Year 2019 about Regulation of Civil Servant Salaries. For non-civil servants, ITS creates regulation referring to the above mention regulation to ensure the pay scale equity including a commitment to measurement and elimination of gender pay gaps. All salary packages are written clearly and fairly and can be seen from the Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS; Regulation of ITS Rector No. 5 Year 2015 about Additional Monthly Income and Additional Study Task Allowances for Employees at ITS; and Regulation of ITS Rector No. 3 Year 2018 about Class and Values of Position at ITS. The class and values of position at ITS determine the additional monthly income. There is no gender differences for this policy.

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 3 Year 2018 about Class and Values of Position at ITS

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 3 Year 2018 about Class and Values of Position ​​at ITS

 

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 5 Year 2017 about Additional Monthly Income for Employees at ITS

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 5 Year 2017 about Additional Monthly Income for Employees at ITS

 

Government Regulation No. 15 Year 2019 about Civil Servant Salary Regulation

Government Regulation No. 15 Year 2019 about Civil Servant Salary Regulations

In general, employees have understanding on their rights and responsibilities, including all salary packages prior to working. Nevertheless, ITS provides mechanism for employees to appeal on employee rights and/or pay based on the regulation that already set up.

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 2 Year 2017 about Employment at ITS

Government Regulation No. 15 Year 2019 about Civil Servant Salary Regulations

Regulation of ITS Rector No. 3 Year 2018 about Class and Values of Position ​​at ITS

SDG 8 IN NUMBERS

2,107

Number of employees

University expenditure

IDR 843,357,990,814

University expenditure

90,898,079

Spend per employee

46,610,000

local GDP per capita

1,082

Number of academic staff

University expenditure

16,309

Number of students

Number of students on work placement

0%

Percentage of students on work placement

2,107

Number of employees

2,107

Number of employees on secure contracts

100%

Percentage of employees on secure contract

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