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The Business World is Experiencing Heavy Business Pressure PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Wednesday, 08 April 2020

Chairperson of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Kadin) Rosan Roeslani acknowledged that some entrepreneurs had laid off and laid off employees to maintain business continuity. According to data from the Ministry of Manpower, as many as 1 million workers have been laid off and laid off.

 

Rosan said the condition could get worse if the pandemic continues until next June. Therefore, the ability of the business community to pay its employees can only last until June 2020.

 

Rosan did not deny that the COVID-19 pandemic put pressure on the business sector. The option to lay off and lay off employees was inevitable.

 

"If it is hard at the businessman right now. And indeed most of the terms at home. Because if at the termination of employment must pay severance. Whereas if there is no cashflow severance pay. Medium heavy," said Rosan.

 

He was actually worried that if the COVID-19 pandemic lasted a long time, the firestorm of fires would be even greater. "Even now many have laid off, especially those that have a direct impact. Such as hospitality, tourism.

 

Labor-intensive industries in the threat of a large layoff hurricane

 

Rosan explained that the textile industry currently has the greatest potential to reduce and lay off employees. He hopes this pandemic can end soon.

 

"I spoke with this textile association, they said they could be laid off or laid off by 1 million employees. Indeed, this is what we are worried about from this labor-intensive industry," he explained.

 

Rosan added, the government needs to be more serious in prioritizing the health sector in dealing with the corona virus. Furthermore, the incentives that touch directly on the grassroots and the business world also need to be increased.

 

"The problem of social safety net must be even greater. Including to help pay THR. And also thinking about banking problems, the pressure on banks will be great. The banking system must be considered," he said.

 

 

 
		
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