Equality-based welfare is one of the keys to job satisfaction. One of the values that FIB UI holds tightly is equality. Discrimination against gender, ethnicity, religion, race, and intergroup (SARA) is not compatible with the life principle of the Indonesian people, namely Bhinneka Tunggal Ika (Unity in Diversity). There is no difference in treatment between women and men at FIB UI. In fact, the number of female students and lecturers at FIB UI is greater than that of the male. FIB UI also provides opportunities for students to take internships regardless of gender, race, age, sexuality, etc.
8.2.1 Employment practice living wage
Pay all staff and faculty at least the living wage, defined as the local living wage (if government defines this) or the local financial poverty indicator for a family of four (expressed as an hourly wage).
8.2.2 Employment practice unions
Recognise unions and labour rights (freedom of association and collective bargaining) for all, including women and international staff.
8.2.3 Employment policy on discrimination
Have a policy on ending discrimination in the workplace (including discrimination based on religion, sexuality, gender, age or refugee status).
8.2.4 Employment policy modern slavery
Have a policy commitment against forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking and child labour.
8.2.5 Employment practice equivalent rights outsourcing
Have a policy on guaranteeing equivalent rights of workers when outsourcing activities to third parties.
8.2.6 Employment policy pay scale equity
Have a policy on pay scale equity including a commitment to measurement and elimination of gender pay gaps.
8.2.7 Tracking pay scale for gender equity
Measurement or tracking pay scale gender equity.
8.2.8 Employment practice appeal process
Have a process for employees to appeal on employee rights and/or pay.
8.3.1 Expenditure per employee.
8.4.1 Proportion of students with work placements.
8.5.1 Proportion of employees on secure contracts.