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Hiring guidelines in Indonesia

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Minimum Wage Requirements
Minimum wage ranges from IDR 1,958,169 (US$126) to IDR 4,901,798 (US$316) per month depending upon the local province minimum wage regulations.
Individual Income Tax

The individual income tax ranges from 5% to 35%. Income tax is calculated according to progressive rates.

Gross Annual Income (IDR) Tax Rate (%)
Up to IDR 50 million 5%
From IDR 60 million to IDR 250 million 15%
From IDR 250 million to IDR 500 million 25%
From IDR 500 million to IDR 5 billion 30%
Above IDR 5 billion 35%
Payroll Cost

The employer cost is generally estimated at 4.24% of the employee salary.

  • Provident fund - 3.70%
  • Death Security - 0.30%
  • Work-related accident benefit - 0.24%
  • Healthcare and social security - IDR 480,000
  • Pension Fund - IDR 191,192 for monthly gross salaries higher than IDR 9,559,600.
Overtime Pay & Maximum Hours

Standard working hours are 8 hours per day for 5 working days, and 7 hours per day for 6 working days, totalling 40 hours per week. The standard work week is from Monday to Friday.

Overtime in Indonesia is complex. Overtime payment is not mandatory. Hours outside of standard work hours are considered overtime. Employees can work a maximum of 4 hours of overtime per day, and 18 hours of overtime per week. Overtime is paid between 150% to 400% of hourly wage depending on if it is a regular work day or weekend as well as the number of overtime hours worked.

  • 150% of the hourly rate, the first 1 hours.
  • 200% of the hourly rate, the following hours.

For employees working on the weekend or public holiday overtime is calculated as follows:

  • 200% of the hourly rate, the first 8 hours.
  • 300% of the hourly rate, the following 1 hour.
  • 400% of the hourly rate, the following 2 hour.