Depok.suara.com – A female employee of PT Sai Apparel Industries, argued with the Indian boss. This woman named Erma also received praise from netizens.
Judging from the uploaded Instagram account @Undercover.id, Erma said many other employees were grateful to her. This is because they have voiced their bitterness while working at the company.
“After my video went viral, many thanked me. Thank you, Ms. Erma, for helping us fight for our rights,” he said.
Erma then explained that company efficiency is of course important. But what is even more important, he explained, is for the health of the employees.
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He complained about this because he had to work overtime even though it was late at night. What he protested was that when he worked overtime, he didn’t even get compensation from the job.
“I don’t even know the time. Today I was told to work overtime. But there was no spr. There was no signature. Previously, it was only signed at the ACC for 1 hour. Even though he came home at 12 pm. 1 pm 2 hours 3 hours,” he said .
“This made me fight with my husband. What are you doing when you come home at this hour. Even though you don’t get paid for overtime,” said Erma.
Apart from that, he also considered that there was inequality in his work because the employees did not get any saved hours. Meanwhile, the supervisor may take the saved hours.
“Holidays are checked rolling absent, still paid like that. So injustice is on the side of the position. In my opinion,” he concluded.
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Netizens have praised the courage of these female employees. They are instead looking for the figure of Ganjar Pranowo as Governor of Central Java to act.
“Taking care of their own area is messy to take care of Indonesia,” explained @mattxxx.
“If it’s not viral, it won’t be investigated,” explained @pardixxx.
This is related to Ganjar Pranowo’s statement that he sent a team to follow up on alleged cases of workers’ unpaid overtime wages. So that the employee was asked not to get angry.
“Those who don’t get paid for overtime, don’t be angry, just report it. Don’t get angry. Report to the Department of Labor. If the Manpower Office is notified (responses), takkethakke mengko (I’ll be sentil later),” said Ganjar, after chairing the opening of the Central Java Province Musrenbang, Friday (3/2/2023).
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