Profie of PT. Hwaseung Indonesia

PT. Hwaseung Indonesia is an Indonesian shoe manufacturing company, currently producing shoes under the Adidas trademark, founded on April 19 2016 on Jalan Krasak-Banyuputih RT 09 RW 03 Banyuputih Village, Kalinyamatan District, Jepara Regency, Central Java Province, Indonesia.
Production PT. Indonesian Hwaseung is exported to various parts of the world, America, Europe and Asia. With 9,000 employees, it is currently capable of producing 800,000 pairs of shoes per month.

Work professionally, guided by the current world work standards ISO: 14001 and OHSAS 18001 to maintain good performance in the fields of environment, occupational safety and health, and ISO: 9001 to guarantee the quality and quality of the shoes produced.

As a form of concern for improving the quality and developing the competence of our workers, we regularly hold and provide a series of internal and external training programs.


  1. Freedom of Association

Best practice on freedom of association

Article 19 regarding FOREIGN WORKERS:

1. Employers are obligated to provide explanations, counseling, and training for foreign workers who will be placed in the company.

2. Foreign workers are required to study, understand, and adhere to the socio-cultural and industrial relations systems in Indonesia, fostering effective, harmonious, and communicative collaboration between foreign and Indonesian workers.

3. Foreign workers must comply with the CBA (Work Agreement) and applicable laws and regulations in Indonesia.

4. Foreign workers are required to set a positive example for their subordinates to promote harmonious relationships between superiors and subordinates.

5. Foreign workers must respect and comply with work norms, regulations, and laws applicable in the company and by the government.

The article regarding income tax is not always included in the Work Agreement (CBA), and sometimes this is exploited by companies because the tax is not paid or remitted.

Best practices on wages:

  1. Article 37 WAGE SYSTEM, 1. In accordance with the Regulation of the Minister of Manpower of the Republic of Indonesia No. 1 of 2017 concerning Provisions for Wage Structure and Scale.

Implementation of a wage scale structure by mutual agreement

income that has been paid annually in accordance with the provisions of Law no. 36 of 2008.

Not all articles regarding income tax are included in the PKB, in fact sometimes companies take advantage of this because the tax is not paid/remitted.


Article 32 PROVISIONS FOR PREGNANT WORKERS IN THE WORKPLACE, 1. Married workers are required to report to their respective HRD departments bringing proof of marriage certificate. 2. Pregnant workers must inform their superiors about their pregnancy and ask for a pregnancy card, bringing a pregnancy certificate from the doctor/midwife. 3. Pregnant workers must take part in a special program/training for pregnant women. 4. Pregnant workers may participate in overtime, in accordance with applicable laws. 5. Pregnant workers who, due to their health condition, are unable to participate in overtime during their pregnancy can apply to their superiors and attach a doctor’s/midwife’s certificate. 6. Pregnant workers whose gestational age has reached 7.5 months must apply for maternity/natal rest to the HRD department. 7. Pregnant workers are not allowed to work in parts that contain chemicals and other dangerous places. 8. Pregnant workers are not permitted to work standing for too long and/or in other positions that endanger the condition of their pregnancy and frequently going up and down stairs. 9. Pregnant workers are not permitted to work lifting heavy loads. 10. Pregnant workers who are unable to carry out work in certain areas must immediately notify their superiors.

The article that regulates pregnant women is best practice

Article 59 DISEASE OUTBREAK, 1. If workers are affected by a disease/epidemic, they must report it to the employer so that action can be taken. 2. Workers affected by disease outbreaks are required to take part in the vaccination program. 3. Workers who are infected with a contagious disease are prohibited from entering the Company’s premises unless permitted by the Employer, in order to prevent transmission of the disease. 4. Workers whose health is in doubt cannot refuse to have their health examined by a Company doctor and/or a doctor appointed by the Employer.

Note: This article has accommodated potential special events, such as the Covid-19 pandemic

Article 79 WORKER COOPERATIVES, 1. Employers provide opportunities for workers to form and become members and administrators, in order to manage cooperatives with the aim of improving collective welfare. 2. Employers and labor unions jointly strive to improve worker welfare through worker cooperatives. 3. Employers together with workers’ unions are trying to form a team of workers’ cooperative supervisory bodies.