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ASIA PACIFIC SOCIAL PROTECTION WEEK (APSP)

Manila, 1-5 August 2016

Haiyani Rumondang
Director General of Industrial Relations and Workers Social Security
Ministry of Manpower Republic of Indonesia
DISCLAIMER: This presentation does not necessarily reflect the views of ADB or the Government concerned, and ADB and the Government
cannot be held liable for its contents.

COMPREHENSIVE POLICY DIRECTIONS FOR SOCIAL PROTECTION


THE NATIONAL MEDIUM-TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2015 - 2019

Comprehensive Development For Social Protection

Strengthening of Social
Security Institution
Expansion of coverage
through socialization,
education, registration
innovation , payment of
dues and benefits
(PPU, PBPU, and
Special Family)
Coordination and
cooperation with local
governments, service
providers & private
insurance
Development of service
standards, quality
control system,
monitoring and
evaluation of the
National Social Security
System

Documenting
Social Assistance

Development of Integrative
Social Services System

Documenting Social
Regular Social Assistance
based on life cycle to
increase the capacity of
the family

Development of
integrated social services
system in the region :
BST updating on a
regular basis, complaints
and integrated services

Documenting
Temporary Social
Assistance according to
according to the type and
duration of the risk
(natural disasters /
social, instability of
economy

Improving the competence


of social workers /
companion and
standardization of
institution for services in
social welfare

The effectiveness of
social assistance
(review criteria,
objectives, benefits
package, M & E)

Strengthening
Institution Capacity in
the region, networking,
and good governance

Increase Inclusiveness
Persons with Disabilities
and the Elderly

Advocating Regulations
and policies at national
and regional level,
including finance
planning , and
coordination of services
Development of public
facilities and
infrastructure, as well
as the capacities of the
person who provide
services
Socialization , education
& mainstreaming
community-based
rehabilitation
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COMPREHENSIVE TRANSFORMATION
OF SOCIAL PROTECTION
Education
Aspects

Aid for food (Raskin)


Cash aid for children (PKH
dan PKSA)

Social assistance for


disability
Social assistance for elderly

Integrated Social Assistance


based on Family:
- Children (education and
health)
- Disability
- Elderly
- Food

Aid for poor student

Childrens home/ Panti


Anak, ABH, Elderly,
homeless disability

Community-based social Aid


and institutions for people
who are outside of the family
system

Aid for victims of violence, Trafficking, etc: food, shelter, UEP

Aid for sustainable livelihoods


Public health and childbirth
insurace

KARTU INDONESIA PINTAR

FAMILY WELFARE
CARD

FAMILY WELFARE
EDPOSIT CARD
KARTU SIMPANAN KELUARGA
SEJAHTERA

Aid for Victims of Natural Disaster and Social: food, shelter, UEP.
labor intensive

Aid for economic disaster : cash

INDONESIAN SMARD CARD

Health aspect

INDONESIAN HEALTH
CARD

SYNERGY AND INTEGRATED


Referral System & Integrated Services
Documented, updating, & outreaching;
Referral services and social welfare protection
program
Complaint of program issues
Integrated aid based on family
Channeling aid through the digital financial
services and gradual expansion
Improvement a minimum service standards
and competence of POM
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ARRANGEMENT OF SOCIAL ASSISTANCE


BASED ON THE FAMILY
GOVERNMENT WORK PLAN
STRATEGIC
ISSUES

Accelerating
synergies on
Poverty
Reduction Comprehensive
Social Protection

PROGRAM

Health
that received
funding of the
National
Health
Insurance

2014

2015

TARGET

TARGET

86.400.000
persons

92.400.000
persons

19,93 Trillion
(IDR)

21,93 Trillion
(IDR)

IMPROVEMENT

JOKOWI-JK

DETAILS

1. Improving
mechanism of
targeting and
data update for
people who
received funding
for contribution

Social Security
for all citizen

Funding for Health


Insurance separated
with social
assistance ,
targeted for 86,4
million persons.

2. Improving the
health service
quality
cooperated with
Administrator for
Health Social
Insurance

BASIC PHILOSHOPY OF SOCIAL SECURITY


IN INDONESIA

INCREASING DICIPLINE AND


LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY

GIVING POSITIVE CLIMATE


FOR BUSINESS
ENSURING WELFARE FOR WORKERS AND
THEIR FAMILY

GIVING GOOD CLIMATE FOR WORK

NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM


(ACT NO. 40 OF 2004)
HUMANITY

Goal:
SUSTAINABILITY
AND
PROTECTION
SOCIAL
JUSTICE

PRINCIPLE

Ensuring compliance of
decent living need for
member and their family

BENEFITS

SOCIAL
INSURANCE

MANDATORY
SAVINGS

PRINCIPLES OF IMPLEMENTATION
MUTUAL COOPERATION
ACCOUNTABILITY

NON PROFIT
PORTABILITY

OPENNESS
MEMBERSHIP IS MANDATORY

PRUDENTIAL
DEPOSIT FUNDS

BENEFITS OF THE MANAGEMENT FOR SOCIAL SECURITY FUND WILL BE FULLY USED TO DEVELOP THE PROGRAM
AND NEEDS OF PARTICIPANTS

LEGAL BASIS OF SOCIAL SECURITY

Government Regulation
No. 44 / 2015 on
Accident Benefits (JKK) &
Death Benefits (JKM)
Act No. 40/2004 on
National Social Security
System

LEGAL BASIS

Act No. 24 / 2011 on


Social Security Board

Presidential Regulation
No. 109/2013 on Phase
of Social Security
Membership

Government Regulation
No. 45 / 2015 on Pension
Benefits (JP)

MoM Regulation No. 26 /


2015 on Mechanism of
JKK, JKM, JHT for Self
employee ( non wage
corner)
MoM Regulation No.
1/2016 on Mechanism
for JKK, JKM, JHT for
Employee
MoM Regulation No. 29 /
2015 on Mechanism for
Membership Registration
, Payout & Uncontinue of
Pension Benefits

Government Regulation
No. 46 / 2015 on Old Age
Benefits

Government Regulation
No. 60 / 2015 on the
withdraw of Government
Regulation No. 46/2015

MoM Regulation No.


19/2015 on Mechanism
and Terms of Payout for
Old Age Benefits

INDONESIAN NATIONAL SOCIAL SECUITY

Death Scheme Old Age Scheme


(JHT)
(JK)

Accident
Scheme
(JKK)

Pension
Scheme
(JP)

Protection for all Indonesia


Workers

Administrat
or for
Indonesia
Social
Security

Health protection for all


Indonesia citizen

(ACT NO 24/2011)

CONSTRIBUTIONS OF SOCIAL SECURITY PROGRAM

Composition
No
1.

Program

Employee

Amount

MANPOWER SOCIAL SECURITY


a.

2.

Employer

Contribution
Limits

Accident

0,24% - 1,74%

0,24% - 1,74%

b. Death

0,3%

0,3%

c. Old Age

3,7%

2%

5,7%

Basic Wage +
Benefits Permanent

d. Pension

2%

1%

3%

IDR 7 million

4%

1%

5%

10,24% - 11,74%

4%

14,24% - 15,74%

Basic Wage +
Benefits Permanent
Basic Wage +
Benefits Permanent

HEALTH SOCIAL SECURITY


e. JKN
TOTAL

MEMBERSHIP OF SOCIAL SECURITY IN INDONESIA


2014-2016

NO
1
2
3

DESCRIPTION
COMPANY
ACTIVELY COMPANY

2014

2015

sd Juni 2016

56.380

120.269

70.825

216.451

296.791

342.250

5.203.209

5.611.787

2.793.136

546.460

370.302

451.863

6.102.205

7.891.877

3.977.034

11.851.874 13.873.966

7.222.033

13.065.214 14.042.592

14.057.192

WORKERS
a. EMPLOYEE
b. SELF EMPLOYEE
c . CONSTRUCTION
Total

YEAR

ACTIVE WORKER
a. EMPLOYEE
b. SELF EMPLOYEE
c. CONSTRUCTION
Total

546.460

286.065

416.789

6.102.205

4.946.404

5.166.866

19.713.879

19.275.061 19.640.847
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CHALLENGES OF WORKERS SOCIAL


SECURITY IN INDONESIA

WORK AGREEMENT
FOR CONTRACT
WORKERS
WORK AGREEMENT
FOR PERMANENT
WORKERS

WORK
RELATIONS

UNEMPLOYEE

TERMINATION
RESIGN

SEVERANCE
SOCIAL
SECURITY

COMPENSATION

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harmonization and
synchronization of regulations

Increasing of compliance and


enforcement of regulations

STRATEGY

Public education
through socialisation
and pro active
simulation

Labour Conditions

Transparency &
development through
checks & balances

Integration system and


technology for National Social
Security System

Economic Conditions
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