STRATEGIC PLANNING FOR THE PLACEMENT AND PROTECTION OF INDONESIAN LABOR IN RESTRAINING NON PROCEDURAL INDONESIAN LABOR: A STUDY ON BNP2TKI

Abstract

 

This study analyzes Strategic Planning for the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Labor in restraining Non Procedural Indonesian Worker by conducting study in the National Body for Placement and Protection of Indonesian Worker (BNP2TKI). This study aims at elaborating how strategic planning process owned by BNP2TKI restrains non procedural worker. The resource persons interviewed must meet the criteria of the study, namely they are informants believed to own information on strategic planning process, and the persons needing protection. There are 6 informants coming from BNP2TKI, 1 from PPTKIS, and 2 from the labors. The results of the in-depth interviews become data that are analyzed employing 5 variables of the theory of Olsen and Eadie. This study discovers that in terms of strategic planning process, BNP2TKI has done well, but the selected strategy is still quite standard for non-procedural laborers training category. BNP2TKI has also been unable in raising awareness among labor applicants that non-procedural consignment line is dangerous and prohibited by the law.

 

© 2016 The Authors.PublishedbyElsevierLtd.

Selection and peer-reviewunder responsibility ofThe5th IndonesiaInternational Conference on Innovation,Entrepreneurship, and Small Business.

Keywords: Indonesian Trafficked Labor Placement and Protection of Labor, Strategic planning

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