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Economic Recovery through Social Dialogue Policy to Reduce the Impact of COVID-19

Supriadi, Bambang, Fauzi S, Moch and Dinata, Chandra ORCID: (2022) Economic Recovery through Social Dialogue Policy to Reduce the Impact of COVID-19. East African Scholars Journal of Economics, Business and Management, 5 (7). pp. 162-169. ISSN 2617-4464 (Print) | 2617-7269 (Online)

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Creating a social dialogue policy in the Indonesian tourism industry to lessen the effects of COVID-19 is one of the goals of this research. Qualitative analysis is the research methodology used. The findings of this study suggest that the Indonesian government should develop five measures to promote social discourse in the travel industry, including The tourism industry's allocation of cash for managing COVID-19, along with economic stimulation for corporate actors, which constitutes the first social dialogue policy. To prevent worker layoffs, the economic stimulus is meant to encourage corporate actors to keep up their operations. The second strategy involves social dialogue in the tourism industry, offering initiatives in the form of income tax benefits, easing loan/credit payments, and, soon, a policy easing social security contributions for employment will be published to alleviate formal sector workers. The third strategy is to offer an informal sector workforce with a social safety net. Workers in the unorganized sector are considered poor and vulnerable, and the government provides social support for them. The fourth idea is to give laid-off people priority in receiving training incentives through a pre-employment card scheme. The government has offered training incentives with a target year of recipients, and it has become clear that the beneficiaries are primarily laid-off workers. The fifth policy is to expand job opportunities through initiatives including entrepreneurship, cash labour intensive, productive labour intensive, Applied Appropriate Technology, and Independent Manpower. In addition, the protection of Indonesian migrant workers, particularly those working in the tourism industry and those who have returned to Indonesia and those still overseas.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Chandra Dinata NIDN: 0701068208
Uncontrolled Keywords: Policy, Social Tourism Dialogue, Covid-19.
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GV Recreation Leisure
J Political Science > JA Political science (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Politik > S1 Administrasi Publik
Depositing User: Rita Juliani
Date Deposited: 04 Feb 2023 12:18
Last Modified: 04 Feb 2023 12:38

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