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2.500 Employee Layoffs, Adidas Shoes Manufacturer Moves to Brebes PDF Print E-mail
Written by Maizer   
Monday, 04 May 2020

The world's largest shoe manufacturer, Adidas, PT Shyang Yao Fung has laid off 2,500 employees. In addition to layoffs, the company also closed its factory in Tengerang.

 

That was said by the General Chairperson of the Indonesian Footwear Association (Aprisindo) Eddy Widjanarko. According to Eddy, despite closing the factory in Tangerang, the company still maintains its factory in Brebes, Central Java

 

In other words, production activities are now being moved, aka being relocated to Brebes.

 

Eddy added, Aprisindo had received a notification letter regarding the 2,500 employee layoffs. There are several reasons given by the company, ranging from UMR which continues to rise to unexpected costs.

 

"The letter states that they are because the UMR continues to rise, and there are also many social constraints in Tangerang, many demonstrations, many unexpected costs, so they decide on layoffs for Tangerang, approximately 2,500 are laid off , "said Eddy.

 

"Everything, the factory was closed and 2,500 employees were laid off," continued Eddy.

 

In addition, Eddy added, the Corona effect also encouraged the company to lay off.

 

"Because Corona itself is indeed a major obstacle, so they decided instead of being laid off (big) too, so that they were all laid off," continued Eddy.

 
		
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