THE LEGAL PROTECTION OF ATYPICAL WORKERS IN INDUSTRY 4.0

I Wayan Gde Wiryawan, Dewi Bunga
2020 Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law  
The Industry 4.0 or the Fourth Industrial Revolution has provided a paradigm shift towards the way of work. The emergence of millennial groups that avoid attachment, give birth to a new working relationship called atypical work. This type of employment relationship means that the employment relationship between the employer and the worker without the existence of a long-term work contract, the provision of additional facilities, salaries and pensions, or other benefits that are usually obtained
more » ... re usually obtained by typical workers. The atypical worker relationship is outside the context of the employment relationship as referred to in Law No.13 of 2003 on Employment. This study discussed about 1) What is the position of employers and workers in atypical work relations? 2) What is the legal protection for atypical workers in the Industry 4.0 in the future? This research is a normative legal research that examines the void of norms regarding legal protection of atypical workers. The legal material in this study consists of primary and secondary legal materials. The legal materials are collected through literature study. The problem analysis is done qualitatively. The position of employers and workers in atypical work relations is equivalent based on agreements made between the parties. This condition requires a high literacy of rights and obligations in the employment field. The legal protection for atypical workers in the Industry 4.0 in the future is to provide economic, social and technical protection to the workforce.
doi:10.33102/mjsl.vol8no2.220 fatcat:ksvhudm4mzb4dbjfgeciinafnm