Director General of Industrial Relations Development & Social Security, Ministry of Manpower and Resettlement, R. Irianto Simbolon, officially closed the seminar on the employment and shared working agreement for the period of 2014-2016 between the Hotel Indonesia Natour (HIN) and the Korpri Labor Union of PT Hotel Indonesia Natour, Saturday (Mar 1).
The activity taking place at the Inna Bali hotel Denpasar was attended by 60 participants consisting of the Korpri Labor Union of PT Hotel Indonesia Natour both the central committee and the units. It was also attended by the invitees like the Head of Bali Manpower and Resettlement Agency IGN Sudarsana and Organizational Division Head of the Korpri National Council Susanto Heru Jatmiko.
The closing ceremony was also filled with the signature for the joint employment agreement 2014-1016 between PT HIN and the Korpri Labor Union of PT HIN signed by the Chairman of the Labor Union Sumartana and Director of Operations & HR, Ainul Midfar. The signature was also witnessed by R. Irianto Simbolon and accompanied by Director of Work Requirements, Welfare and Discrimination Analysis, Ministry of Manpower and Resettlement of RI Sri Nurhaningsih, Assistant Chairman of the Board of the Korpri National Council Mahendra and Director of Finance & Administration of PT HIN Ivan Malik.
R. Irianto Simbolon said the seminar was meant to increase the insights and new thinking of the participants. Primarily, it was regarding the way to develop the company’s management and bring the workers and employees of the Inna Group in six provinces to be the best, both in managing and providing services to the public.
Moreover, he continued, since it was also filled with the signature of working agreement, it was the first step towards the change and improvement in the business world, especially the Inna Hotel. “The improvement and progress are expected to provide improved productivity of the workforce,” he said.
Irianto also argued that several Inna Hotel properties having the status as cultural heritage were expected to retain their characteristics. For example, it was no less important in terms of physical and cultural value. “The history of PT Inna is expected to provide something different such as participation in the national and international events and show off that the company is capable of doing it. Lastly, I do hope the Inna Hotel is more developed and can provide better welfare,” he added. (BTN/ocha)