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Pertamina Denies News of Cutting Employee Salaries

JAKARTA – PT Pertamina (Persero) ensures that the agile working policy that has an impact on regulating the flexible working mechanism of work from home workers has not been determined by management, so that there will be no deductions from workers’ salaries.

Pertamina Senior Vice President Human Capital Development Tajudin Noor said this information has been conveyed to all Pertamina employees through a circular letter dated December 13, 2021.

“Not a single worker has experienced a pay cut until now. All benefits received by workers are still running normally as before the pandemic,” said Tajudin in his statement, Sunday (12/26/2021).

Tajudin explained that his party is currently reviewing the agile working program, namely Pertamina Holding employees at the head office who are on duty and their work can be done from home.

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According to him, this policy is in order to adapt to the post-Covid-19 pandemic.

“This flexibility is given in order to provide comfort to workers by providing the option to choose a work pattern with a work from office (WFO) or work from home (WFH) mechanism which is expected to provide better performance,” said Tajudin.

He revealed that not all workers would get an offer to work from home.

This opportunity only applies to certain types of work, such as strategy development, conceptual thinking, analysis, and tactics.

So, it is generally given to office workers who are not in the oil and gas field, refinery, or distribution area.

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This program has not yet been implemented and is still in the process of getting input from various parties. In addition, the company basically understands the provisions that have been regulated in the law, namely that wage deductions must obtain the approval of the workers.

“Therefore, in making this policy, the basic principle is that workers must voluntarily agree to the cut in wages before they can vote for WFH,” concluded Tajudin. (Prasetyo)

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