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The standard working hours in Indonesia are 40 hours per week.
In a five-day working week, the standard working days are Monday to Friday. However, many employees also work on Saturdays (with approximately seven hours worked per day).
The maximum number of working hours in a week is 40 hours. Any time worked beyond this should be compensated at overtime rates.
Part-time work in Indonesia is generally anything up to 30-35 hours per week.
Any hours worked beyond 40 hours per week is classified as overtime in Indonesia.
No, many employees in Indonesia work on Saturdays.
No, four-day work weeks are rare in Indonesia. However, some employers offer flexible working hours, so employees may be able to choose to work four days per week in some cases.
The maximum amount of overtime in Indonesia is 3 hours per day, with an additional maximum of 14 hours per week. There is no annual amount of overtime in Indonesia.
The overtime pay rate in Indonesia depends on the number of hours worked and when the employee is working. Overtime pay rates in Indonesia should follow this structure:
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