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In Indonesia, the government is trying to crack down on illegal foreign workers by starting to use local human resources. They are also trying to develop their skill and education so they can compete in the global market.

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Question: Give me information about stop illegal foreigners workers in indonesia and start using local Human Resources by developing their skill and education plus stricten the regulation of investors

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Indonesia has implemented several measures to stop illegal foreigners working in the country and to encourage the use of local human resources. One of the key measures has been the regulation of foreign investors, which requires them to employ at least 80 percent local human resources when operating in Indonesia. This has helped to reduce the amount of illegal foreigners in the workforce, as employers are less likely to hire them when there is a need for local skilled workers. In addition, the Indonesian government has also introduced significant new efforts to improve the quality of local human resources. This includes skill and education development, as well as a number of other measures such as providing incentives to employers to hire local workers, providing support to local workers through vocational training and apprenticeships, and creating more favourable working conditions. The government has also introduced a number of initiatives to crack down on illegal foreigners working in Indonesia, such as imposing heavier fines and punishments for employers who hire them, and introducing laws that require employers to pay taxes on behalf of their foreign employees. These measures have all helped to reduce the amount of illegal foreigners working in Indonesia, which has resulted in more job opportunities for local workers.

Answered by text-davinci-003

March 7, 2023, 5:32 a.m.

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Published: Tuesday, March 7, 2023