Minimum Wage – Indonesia

  • Valid on june 2019
  • The amounts are in Indonesian Rupiah.

Province

Per Month
Nangroe Aceh Darussalam
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
2,935,985.00
West Sumatera
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
2,289,228.00
Jambi
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
2,423,888.00
Bangka Belitung
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
2,976,705.00
Bengkulu
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
2,040,406.00
DKI Jakarta
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
3,940,973.00
North Maluku
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
2,319,427.00
Gorontalo
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
2,384,020.00
West Sulawesi
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
2,369,670.00
Papua
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
3,128,170.00
West Papua
Minimum wage with effect from Jan 01, 2019 till Dec 31, 2019 Minimum Wages - last checked - May 23, 2019
2,881,160.00

Working hours

  • Days per week specified: 5.0
  • Hours per week specified: 40
  • Minimum wage is calculated as per 40 hours per week. These are regulated on Act No 13/2003 article 77: under subsection (2) as described in following : a.) 7 hours a day and 40 hours a week for 6 workdays a week or b.) 8 hours a day and 40 hours a week for 5 workdays a week.

Definitions

New Formula to Calculate Minimum Wage: The Indonesian government has enacted a new mechanism to determine minimum wages. Government Regulation (PP) No. 78/2015 concerning wages, takes effect immediately, after being postponed for around 12 years. The regulation stipulates a measured annual wage increase that takes into account the current fiscal year’s inflation and gross domestic product (GDP) growth rates.Formula to determine annual minimum wage increase is as follows: Previous minimum wage + previous minimum wage x (%annual inflation rate during the year+%GDP annual increase during the year). Formula is not applicable to eight provinces where minimum wage is still below government determined basic cost of living and which will instead be granted an extra 5 percent rise every year for the next four years.

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Archived Minimum Wages


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