Kenshusei Indonesia Pada Sektor Perikanan Jepang
Muhammad Reza Rustam
No t78z9, INA-Rxiv from Center for Open Science
The result of this research showed that is a lack of socialization in the policies issued by Japanese government through JITCO. Therefore, based on this research, it can be concluded that internship process mechanism has not been fully transparent from the departure until the placement of kenshusei in Japan, primarily related to the socialization of JITCO that is not evenly distributed or widespread. Transparency concerning employment contracts, employment wage rights and obligations of trainees is also not socialized very well, and the goal of the technology transfer has not reached its maximum Most of the interns are concentrated in small and medium enterprises whose nature of work is 3D (Dirty, Dangerous and Demeaning) which is also a kind of work that is less desirable by the Japanese. Besides that, Indonesia's kenshusei on fisheries sector receive lower wages.
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