DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.
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Ubaidillah Nugraha, M.Ec., M.P.M.
Ubaidillah Nugraha, M.Ec., M.P.M.
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Dr. Ezmieralda Melissa
Dr. Ezmieralda Melissa
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Dr. Lianna Wijaya, Amd., S.E., M.MSI
Dr. Lianna Wijaya, Amd., S.E., M.MSI
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Dr. Dina Fitria Murad, S.Kom., M.Kom., CEAA., SMIEEE.
Dr. Dina Fitria Murad, S.Kom., M.Kom., CEAA., SMIEEE.
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Dr. Minsani Mariani, S.T., M.B.A.
Dr. Minsani Mariani, S.T., M.B.A.
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THE - 2022

BINUS University ensures a fair and transparent workplace by offering employees a dedicated process to appeal their rights or salaries, as outlined in Rector’s Decree Number 136A, point A. This procedure, known as “Letters to Leaders,” is introduced during every orientation program for new employees. This initiative underscores BINUS University’s commitment to providing a clear and accessible avenue for employees to address concerns and ensure that their rights and salaries are handled in accordance with established policies.

BINUS University is dedicated to maintaining gender equity in pay grades through a comprehensive policy that regulates remuneration for both male and female workers. This policy ensures that there is no disparity in payment based on gender, with every worker receiving compensation determined by factors such as education, work experience, and performance. The commitment to gender equity in pay scale is explicitly documented in Rector’s Decree Number 136A, Part II, point J, underscoring BINUS University’s commitment to transparent and fair compensation practices for all employees.

BINUS University is committed to fostering a working environment free from gender-based differentiation, particularly in pay grades. This commitment is substantiated by the Human Resource Management policy, explicitly outlined in the university’s overall policy framework and formalized in Rector’s Decree Number 136A Part II (point i). This policy underscores BINUS University’s dedication to ensuring pay scale equity, emphasizing that remuneration is determined based on skills, qualifications, and responsibilities rather than gender.

In every outsourcing recruitment, BINUS University is committed to providing equivalent benefits to outsourcing employees, aligning their rights with those of regular staff. This commitment is clearly outlined in the university’s policy related to Human Resource Management and is formalized in Rector’s Decree Number 136A Part II (point k). This policy underscores BINUS University’s dedication to upholding fair and equitable employment practices, ensuring that all individuals, regardless of employment type, enjoy comparable rights and benefits.

BINUS University is unwavering in its commitment against forced labor, modern slavery, human trafficking, and child labor within its operations. The university has implemented stringent measures to address any offenses related to these issues, with severe penalties enforced in accordance with campus regulations and the employee handbook. This policy is clearly outlined in Rector’s Decree Number 136A Part II (point J), highlighting the university’s dedication to eradicating modern slavery and ensuring ethical employment practices across its campus.

BINUS University is steadfast in its commitment to equality and staunchly rejects any form of discrimination within its employment practices. The university maintains a clear stance against discrimination, with stringent penalties enforced in accordance with campus regulations and the employee handbook in cases where such behavior is identified. This anti-discrimination policy is explicitly outlined in Rector’s Decree Number 136A Part II (point L), emphasizing the university’s dedication to fostering an inclusive and equitable work environment for all.

BINUS University places a strong emphasis on inclusive employment practices, ensuring the freedom of association and collective bargaining for all students and staff. This commitment is manifested through the university’s Academic Senate, which includes representatives from various schools, programs, and international students/staff. Regular townhall meetings with the Human Capital Department further facilitate open communication and engagement with the university community.

In addition to these measures, BINUS University has established a special task force dedicated to preventing and addressing sexual harassment in the workplace. This multifaceted approach underscores the university’s dedication to fostering an environment that respects the rights of individuals, encourages collective dialogue, and actively addresses issues to promote a healthy and inclusive workplace.

BINUS University demonstrates its commitment to fair employment practices by ensuring that all staff and faculty receive at least the living wage, with adjustments based on the region of the employee. The university meticulously adheres to government regulations regarding payroll, exemplified by its recognition at the Human Capital & Performance Award 2023. This acknowledgment serves as tangible evidence of BINUS University’s dedication to meeting and exceeding standards in employment compensation, reinforcing its commitment to fair wages for its workforce.