A Portrait of Private Lecturer Salaries based on the Laws in Force in Indonesia

  • Arijono Pudji Utomo and Wahyu Prawesthi
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  • Arijono Pudji Utomo

    Student at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Dr. Soetomo, Surabaya, Indonesia

  • Wahyu Prawesthi

    Doctor of Law at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Dr. Soetomo, Surabaya, Indonesia

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The purpose of this study is to analyse the legal protection for lecturers, especially in private tertiary institutions from a legal perspective related to the current problem of income for private lecturers in Indonesia. Types of normative juridical research, conceptual and contextual approaches, synchronization of laws and regulations to reveal problems, conditions or events as they exist in order to uncover factual findings. There are variations in the treatment of giving salaries from private tertiary institutions to their lecturers, in fact there are still many who receive lower wages than the provisions of the existing law. Proactive action is needed to carry out an assessment from the government through the Higher Education Service Institutions in each region to ensure that laws and regulations are implemented by private tertiary institutions in the hope that no party feels that they are being treated improperly / disadvantaged so that the quality of teaching can improve because lecturers can more motivated and focused on his profession as an educator.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 5, Issue 2, Page 01 - 11

DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLSI.111549

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