Administrative Reforms and the Role of the State in Labor Conflict Resolution (Studies in Public Policy Challenge Settlement Labour disputes in Malang)

Hadiwiyono .


Labor issues over the years attracted the attention of many parties . Labor problems that give rise to labor conflicts , such as the case of labor disputes , violence , fraud , arbitrary dismissal , wages are not up to standard, is increasingly complex . Factors affecting the labor conflict mostly due to lack of common ground needs of employers and workers , in part because the job prospects are not clear , especially labor conflict occurs because the working hours are not clear ; costs low and uncertain job stability also causes conflict ; poor working conditions with a high risk of social dialogue and Leg . Various conflicts encountered in more labor conflict is a conflict group . The state's role in the settlement of labor disputes during this time was as an impartial facilitator between the first two elements . But in reality the Government was not able to carry out that role properly . This is evident from the birth of the rules or policies that tends to be controversial , such as Law no . 21/2000 and Decree No. . 150/2000 . Besides the existing labor legislation often fickle and many are outdated ( out of date ) . Therefore, it needs to be done in the future two-way communication and continuous between employers and workers to prevent prejudice from both sides in order to achieve good industrial relations , as well as the employers should respond quickly to the demands of the workers make approaches to the representation of the union / workers , so that the demonstrations and strikes can be prevented or at least protest or strike does not result in huge losses for the company and the workers

Keywords: Labor , Conflict and the Role of Government

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