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    capital city

    Capital

    Jakarta

    currency

    Currency

    Indonesian Rupiah (IDR)

    date format

    Date format

    dd/mm/yyyy

    region

    Region

    APAC

    entitlement

    Minimum holiday entitlement

    12

    paid public holidays

    Paid public holidays per year

    15

    Additional leave compliance rules and complexities

    Annual leave

    Indonesian employees get 12 days’ paid leave a year after they’ve been in their role for 12 consecutive months. They must take at least 6 days’ leave each year. Any leave they don’t use expires after 6 months. Employees are entitled to sick leave so long as they can provide a doctor’s note, which often advises on how much time the employee should take off. Employees get 100% of their pay for their first four months of illness. This drops to 75% for the following four months, and to 50% for the four months after that.

    Employees can also take 2 days’ paid bereavement leave following the death of their partner, child, child-in-law, parent, or parent-in-law.

    Sick leave

    If the employee still needs to take sick leave after this period, the employer must pay them 25% of their wages until they’re able to replace them.

    Maternity and paternity leave

    Mothers can take 3 months maternity leave on full pay – 1.5 months in the prenatal period, and 1.5 months after birth. Fathers can take up to 2 days’ leave after the child’s born. In Indonesia, employees are also entitled to 2 days’ paid parental leave for certain events involving their children, including circumcision, Baptism, marriage, and death.