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- Indian Journal of Industrial Relations From Vol. 44 Nbr. 1, July 2008 to Vol. 53 Nbr. 1, July 2017 Shri Ram Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources, 2011
Understanding Geospatial Intelligence and the Challenges of Effective Counter-Terrorism Strategy: A Case Study of Nigeria's Boko Haram Challenge
Nigeria is faced with a number of security challenges that have threatened the existence of peace and security in the country. These threats to public safety and national security have greatly undermined the government primary responsibility of guaranteeing public safety and national security. The intractable challenges posed by Boko Haram makes a good case for the above assertion. This work,...
The Critical Study of the Omnibus Bill on Job Creation Based on John Rawls View on Justice
This study aimed to analyze the critical study of The Omnibus Bill On Job Creation based on John Rawls view On Justice. The Government and the House of Representatives ratified the Omnibus Bill on Job Creation through a plenary meeting on October 5, 2020. This is more focused on improving economic growth or investment but does not pay attention to increase the protection and competence of human...
Electoral Regulation in Indonesia: Is It Modern Law?
This research tries to discuss modern law and its character which is elaborated through a review of Law No. 7 of 2017 on Elections. Through conceptual and statutory approaches, this research tries to examine the concept of modern law based on the benchmarks of ideas put forward by Max Webber, Marc Galenter and Charles Sampford.. The results of this study show that it is quite difficult to...
Legal Reform for the Fulfilment of Disabilities Human Rights
The legal reform requires the fulfillment of disabilities human right is very important as a basis for strengthening the footing, so as to be able to respect, protect and fulfill the human rights of persons with disabilities without discrimination by upholding human value and dignity based on the Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution of the Republic Indonesia. The purpose of this study is to...
Talent Pool on The Appointment of Directors of PLN (Persero) Viewed from Good Corporate Governance
Talent Pool on the appointment of BUMN Directors that has been implemented at this time still leaves problems. This research aims to know how the application of the Talent Pool on the appointment of Directors of PLN (Persero) viewed from Good Corporate Governance and the implications for compliance and performance aspects. The research method used in this study is a normative juridical approach...
Covid-19 and Human Rights: The Capture of the Fulfilment of Rights During the Covid Outbreaks
Fulfilment and protection of human rights in all aspects is a form of Constitutional Rights for Citizens that must be fulfilled by the State. Basic human rights also under no circumstances can be reduced even deprived. However, the fact is, human rights regulated in various laws and regulations in Indonesia have not been maximally implemented. The fulfilment and protection of human rights also...
Death Penalty for Corruptors in Indonesian Human Rights Perspective
The death penalty for corruptors, gaining a place in Indonesia's positive criminal law. As a country that makes Pancasila an ideology, it is interesting to be reviewed in this paper on the existence of the death penalty for the corruptor from a human rights perspective in Indonesia. Therefore, the author raised two issues, namely the first, how is the death penalty for corruptors in Indonesia's...
How Law Responds to Technological Development?
Law and technological development must go hand in hand. The speed of technological development must be balanced with a fast legal response. Laws that are not quick in responding to technological developments can certainly result in weak regulations and even a legal vacuum in the technology development sector. The technology industry in the fields of financial technology (fintech), online...
Politics of Law for the Protection of Debtors as Consumers in Fintech based Loaning Services
This study aims to analyze legal protection related to technologybased lending and borrowing services. The research method used is normative legal research, with a statutory approach, namely an approach using legislation and regulations, and a conceptual approach that refers to existing legal doctrines. The data collection technique used was a literature study. The results show that legal...
The Idea Of Customary Law Community Representation In The Regional Representative Council
The Customary Law Community (Masyarakat Hukum Adat, MHA) as part of the Customary Law System is recognized for its existence and its implementation in the National Land Law (Hukum Tanah Nasional, HTN). In the Explanation of the Basic Agrarian Law (UUPA) it is stated that the function of Customary Law as the main source in the development of HTN, although such recognition is accompanied by...
Defaults In Credit Agreements: How Are They Settled?
This study aims to determine whether the debtor has carried out his achievements as they should and knows the legal consequences for the debtor when trying to carry out his achievements more than the specified due date. This research is a normative or doctrinal research that is descriptive in nature using secondary data types. In this research, the data collection technique used is the study of...
Policy On Reducing Child Labor As The Elimination Of The Worst Forms Of Child Labor
The more complex issue of child labor now a days because many children work at school age. Child labor vulnerable to be exploitated, doing hazardous work, mor a land psychological, and hampered to access education. So the government issued a policy Reduction of Child Labour in order to Support the Family Hope Program (PPA-PKH) as efforts to Elimination of the Worst Forms of Child (PBPTA) in order
Regional Revenue And Expenditures Budget Transparency In The Context Of Regional Financial Law
This research aims to describe the transparency of the use of the Semarang City Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget and discover the forms, mechanisms and constraints in obtaining transparency of information on the use of the Semarang City Revenue and Expenditure Budget, this research uses a sociological juridical research type approach method, by using primary data and secondary data which...
How Far Is Consumer Protection In The Health Care Sector?
In health services, it is not uncommon to cause malpractice due to negligence committed by health workers who are not in accordance with professional standards. This paper is intended to analyse concerning to how to protect consumers, the form of legal protection for patients as consumers of medical services and the forms of responsibility of hospitals and doctors as parties to medical services...
Electronic Traffic Law Enforcement: Is It Able To Reduce Traffic Violations?
The practice of law enforcement on traffic violations committed by law enforcement officers is currently not enough to satisfy the expectations of the community. Problems often occur in current law enforcement practices, including vulnerability to corruption and convoluted bureaucracy in dealing with the process of law enforcement, especially for traffic violations. The practice of law...
Health Facility Licensing Dispute
Clinic is a health service facility that organizes individual health services that provide basic and/or specialist medical services. Primary Clinic (Klinik Pratama) is a Clinic that organizes basic medical services both general and specific. To establish a Klinik Pratama so that it can operate through a series of licensing processes namely Nuisance/Hinder Ordonnantie Permit (HO), Establishment...
- Impact of double bind & promotional paradox on work performance of women.
- Effect of employee's upward influence tactics on managerial decision making.
- Motivation & attitude of generation y in India: an exploratory study.
- From reactions to return on investment: a study on training evaluation practices.
- Green HRM practices in private health care & banking sectors in India.
- Social exclusion & poverty among tea garden workers in Bangladesh.
- Impact of conflicts on team creativity in Indian software companies: gains & detriments.
- Viewing hotel industry through customer oriented bureaucracy.
- Push & pull factors in entrepreneurial intentions among youth in a small imperial state.
- Leadership styles & relational energy in high quality mentoring relationship.
- Corporate governance structure: issues & challenges--cases of Tata sons & infosys.
- Psychological capital: a review of current trends.
- The crossover of work-family experiences among supervisor-subordinate dyads in India.
- Professional commitment of Indian nursing employees with reference to geographic diversity.