Profile of PT. Parkland World Indonesia (PWI) 6

PT. Parkland World Indonesia (PWI) 6 which is located on Jalan Ir. Soetami, precisely in Sukamanah Village, Rangkasbitung District, Lebak - Banten Regency, is a private company operating in the Footwear Industry.

PT. Parkland World Indonesia is a company operating in the footwear sector, specifically producing sports shoes (running shoes, sneakers, etc.). PT. Parkland World Indonesia has 1 head office and 4 other branches, each of which is located on the island of Java.



  1. Best & Bad Practices Regarding Freedom of Association


     1.1. Article 7, Paragraph 2: Employers are obligated to assist and provide ample opportunities to the management of Workers’ Unions/Labor Unions to carry out organizational tasks.

     1.2. Article 9: Employers are obliged to provide facilities and means, namely; Suitable space for Secretariat office along with its equipment and supplies. Note: Employer obligation means it must be carried out in accordance with agreements.

     1.3. Article 25, Paragraph 5: Employers must involve workers’ unions/Labor Unions to accompany their members in the process of handling labor issues.


     2.1. Article 65, Paragraph 1: If the company’s condition cannot sustain operations properly and it becomes necessary to reduce the number of workers or streamline the company, the employer may conduct mass layoffs after obtaining permission from the Labor Office and negotiating with the Workers’ Union/Labor Union.


     2.2. Article 33, Paragraph 3: Employees who are sick and examined by a doctor outside the company must obtain a recommendation from the company’s clinic doctor. Note: Employers do not grant freedom to sick employees to have their conditions checked.

3. Best and Bad Practices Regarding Social Security

   Best: none

   Bad: none

4. Best Practices Regarding Gender


     4.1. Article 12, Paragraph 2: Employers and workers’ unions/Labor Unions are committed to enforcing the elimination of Gender-based violence in the workplace as a form of Company concern for the protection of workers and others in the workplace. Implementation and socialization of this program are carried out jointly or separately by each party to be known by the parties in the workplace.

     4.2. Article 31, Paragraph 5: Special places are provided for female employees who are still breastfeeding to express and store breast milk in the breastfeeding room.


5. Best and Bad Practices Regarding Occupational Health and Safety (K3), including Climate Change and Just Transition


6. Others item

   Best Practices

     6.1. Article 68, Paragraph 1: Individual workers, if subjected to treatment by other workers, local superiors/foreign workers, or employers, have the right to express grievances directly to the Workers’ Union/Labor Union management or in writing to the Workers’ Union/Labor Union, SEA, or HRD or through SMS Gateway or WOVO application. The company has an application for complaints, where employees who experience unpleasant actions can lodge their complaints in the application.

     6.2. Article 72, Paragraph 1: Worker dormitories include, among others: a. Employers provide dormitories for specific groups of workers, free of charge and/or not subject to wage deductions based on requests from department heads and approval from company management. b. Employers in providing dormitory facilities for workers, equipped with other facilities, such as: adequate beds, lighting, terraces, drinking water, and a clean and healthy environment.

     6.3. Article 79, Paragraph 1: Employers hold exemplary employee elections once a year, as an effort to increase employee loyalty to the employer.

     6.4. Article 79, Paragraph 2: Selected workers may be awarded certificates of appreciation or bonuses, in the form of money or goods.