The article discusses the implementation of minimum wage for workers in a footwear company based on the Indonesian Law No. 11 of 2020 on Job Creation. The study used the juridical-empirical research method to analyze the wage system and assess the implementation of minimum wage. The results indicate that the current wage system is not effective and requires improvement. The study aims to provide a basis for further research that examines similar issues related to labor and wage systems in Indonesia. The article highlights the fundamental right of every citizen to obtain employment and a living wage, and the challenges that hinder the implementation of this right.
Keywords: minimum wage, footwear company, Indonesian Law No. 11 of 2020, wage system, labor rights