Bakrie Sumatera Plantations attention to the employees is reflected by the efforts to develop competitive wage and remuneration systems. Bakrie Sumatera Plantations sets the wage in compliance with Government regulations, including the Regional Government and the agreement between the Cooperation Board for Sumatran Plantation Companies (BKS-PPS - Badan Kerjasama Perusahaan Perkebunan Sumatera) with the Regional Executive Boards of the Federation for Labor Unions (PD-FSP - Pengurus Daerah Federasi Serikat Pekerja), and the Central Executive Boards of the Indonesian Labor Unions (PP-SPSI - Pengurus Pusat Serikat Pekerja Seluruh Indonesia). Thus the standard wage limit imposed by Bakrie Sumatera Plantations have met the Provincial/Regencial Minimum Wage limit (UMP or UMK) and in accordance with the standards of wages in the plantation sector. Complying with the wage standard, Bakrie Sumatera Plantations provides annual bonus (based on individual performance and the ability of the company), food allowance, mandah (compensation funds for interplantation job-transfer), overtime pay, religious day allowance, social security allowance such as BPJS Ketenagakerjaan and BPJS K

Human Resources Conditions in 2018

In 2018 PT BSP employs 8,724 employees, which includes 5 commissioners, 5 directors, 384 staff and 8,330 non-management staff, excluding day laborers.

Employment Equality

PT BSP provides jobs for employees with diverse levels of educational background. Every employee makes a positive contribution to the development of the company in accordance with the respective competencies and types of work.

In 2018, PT BSP staff members’ educational background covered Senior High School (SMA) to S2 Graduate Degree covering 17,77% SMA, 4,82% Diploma (D3/D2/D1), 72,34% S1 and 5,08% S2. As for non-staff workers, the educational background ranged from Elementary School (SD) to S1 Undergraduate Degree covering 30,20% SD, 25,74% SMP, 39,5% SMA, 2,46% Diploma and 2,15% S1.

PT BSP also provides equal opportunities to all employees to perform their best in order to get into various positions within the organization. The comparative composition between male and female employees in 2018 was 85.79% and 14.21% for staff members, as well as 92.76% and 7.24% for non-staff workers.

Competency-Based Development

The competency-based HR development programs are conducted in compliance with PT BSP Competency Model which consists of 3 (three) groups: Core Competency, Leadership Competency and Professional Competency, with 5 (five) levels for each group. Competency assessment process is conducted by internal assessors for all staff members in Your Company. The Competency Assessment Data is valid for a period of 2 (two) years and is used in the individual profile mapping for staff members to complement the performance aspects related to the development of Human Asset Values (HAV) profiles.