8.2 Employment practice
8.2.1 Employment practice living wage
Pay all staff and faculty at least the living wage, defined as the local living wage (if government defines this) or the local financial poverty indicator for a family of four (expressed as an hourly wage)
Employment practices in regards to staff living wage, union recognition, policies against exploitation, process to appeal followed university policies. Universitas Indonesia pays all staff and faculty at least the living wage, defined as the local living wage (Regional Minimum Wage). Universitas Indonesia employs both permanent civil servant and non-civil servant officers. It means that UI has to adjust its policy to align with the policy issued by the government, especially in its remuneration system. Universitas Indonesia applies the 3P remuneration system consisted of Pay for Person, Pay for Position, and Pay for Performance. In UI, gender does not factor the disparity in the workers’ remuneration. Employment practices in regards to staff living wage, union recognition, policies against exploitation, process to appeal, and outsourcing policy followed university policies. However, FTUI also has standardized salary for contract employees hired by FTUI which are continuously adjusted according to the regional minimum wage, university policies, and employee education level.
8.3 Expenditure per employee
In 2019, FTUI spent 26.24% (Approximately IDR 480.763.179,23/ employee) of its expenditure for human resource related matter, including salaries of academic and educational staff, operational costs of learning, research and community service costs as well as, human resource development. While in 2020, FTUI spent 47.33% (Approximately IDR 310.998.377,94/ employee) of its total expenditure for human resources matter.
8.4 Proportion of students taking work placements
Education in FTUI especially during the clinical and residential stage are conducted mostly in the workplace. Most clinical rotation was conducted in the main teaching hospitals and Academic Health Systems. However, FTUI also provided opportunities for the final year of undergraduate students to obtain clinical work placement in primary health care settings across DKI Jakarta to provide them with sufficient knowledge and experience not only in regards to providing health services to patients but also to understand about the health systems itself. Furthermore, work placement outside the main campus is also provided for the undergraduate medical students from international class who have a mandatory semester abroad in several international universities and medical schools for research development.
8.5 Proportion of employees on secure contracts
FTUI currently have 35 departments serving thousands of students each year required a large numbers of human resources in conducting research, community service, and teaching. Therefore, approximately 36% of employee in FTUI are contract employee. FTUI gradually increase the number of permanent staff each year to retain the best talents who have served in FTUI as contract employees.