Learn about paid leave in Indonesia thanks to Horizons’ up-to-date guide.
Horizons is where real, local hiring expertise meets world-class customer service. Quickly and compliantly hire employees in more than 150 countries worldwide, without the need to open a local entity.
Employees in Indonesia are entitled to a minimum of 12 days’ paid annual leave (after one full year of employment). After six years of service, employees are entitled to one month of paid annual leave in their seventh and eighth years.
Mothers in Indonesia are entitled to 1.5 months of maternity leave at full pay before birth and 1.5 months after the birth.
Mothers in Indonesia are also entitled to annual ‘parental paid leave’ for events such as marriage, circumcision, baptism, or death of a child for a total of two days per year
Additionally, women in Indonesia are entitled to ‘menstrual paid leave’ on the first and second days of menstruation each month if they are ill and unable to perform their work.
Fathers in Indonesia are entitled to paid paternity leave of two days.
Fathers in Indonesia are also entitled to annual ‘parental paid leave’ for events such as marriage, circumcision, baptism, or death of a child for a total of two days per year.
Upon submission of a doctor’s note, employees in Indonesia are entitled to paid sick leave, with the compensation reducing over time as follows:
Employees in Indonesia can take at least two days of paid leave for the death of a spouse and at least one day for the death of other close family members (such as a parent or child).
Maternity paid leave → 1.5 month before + 1.5 month after childbirth
Paternity paid leave → 2 days
Parental paid leave (marriage, circumcision, baptism, death) → 2 days/year
Menstrual paid leave → 1st and 2nd days of menstruation, if they are ill and unable to perform their work
Paid leave for fulfilling obligations to the State
Paid leave to observe religious obligations
Paid leave for undergoing education program required by ER
Paid leave to perform trade union duties
The minimum amount of annual leave per year in Indonesia is 12 days.
The standard amount of paid time off (PTO) in Indonesia is 15 days. More experienced employees (7+ years) will expect 30 days of PTO per year.
For sick leave in Indonesia, the common practice follows:
Please note the following points:
Your business can easily hire employees in Indonesia without opening a local entity.
We handle local employment law, complex tax regulations, and international payroll in 150+ countries worldwide. All you need to do is focus on your business.
Success stories from businesses we’ve helped enter and grow in new markets.